Jay Cutler says he was wrong to shove teammate J'Marcus Webb on sideline
Jay Cutler (6) of the Chicago Bearsis hit by Mike Daniels (76) of the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on September 13, 2012 in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
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(AP) CHICAGO - Quarterback Jay Cutler acknowledged he was wrong to shove teammate J'Marcus Webb on the sideline during the Chicago Bears' loss at Green Bay last week.
He has no second thoughts about yelling at him, however.
Cutler said he does not regret that, but told WMVP-AM in Chicago that he "shouldn't have bumped him."
Cutler, who was sacked five times, drew widespread attention for berating and bumping Webb, the starting left tackle, on the sideline and for making some controversial postgame comments after the Bears' 23-10 loss to the Packers on Thursday.
Cutler was 11 for 27 for 126 yards, and visibly expressed his frustration throughout the game.
"If they want a quarterback that doesn't care, they can find somebody else," Cutler said after the loss.
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