Bowlen preached a message of team unity in the e-mail, reiterating that he and new coach Josh McDaniels had reached out many times to Cutler, who didn’t respond to their overtures.
Bowlen, who remained largely silent during the six-week rift that ended with Thursday’s blockbuster trade with the Chicago Bears, wrote that anybody who puts himself above the team gets a one-way ticket out of town.
“Understand this: it remains about team,” Bowlen wrote. “Our franchise has gone to the Super Bowl six times, with three different coaches and with many different players. It has never been about one player, and it never will be. Coach McDaniels shares this vision, and everyone in the organization — players, coaches and staff — must understand and accept this unconditionally. If anyone does not, that person will not be a part of this franchise.”
Bowlen is trying to recover from the worst mistake the Broncos have ever made. Cutler was a class act, even going as far as thanking bowlen and the Broncos on his way out. Bowlen is still trying to throw Cutler under the Bus. Bottom Line, Bowlen hired McDaniels and McDaniels fuc*ed things up bad. Bowlens fault! -TO
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