The Brandon Marshall-Jay Cutler relationship has gotten to the point where it may be beyond repair.
Marshall, who after being traded to the New York Jets this offseason rattled off a list of the best quarterbacks he's ever played with and excluded Cutler from his Rolodex, thew some more shade at his former signal-caller on Thursday.
Marshall discussed his relationship with Cutler on ESPN's First Take and said he was the only person inside Halas Hall to hold Cutler accountable last season.
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"There is a culture in the league that you keep everything in-house," Marshall said.
"But for me last year, I felt like when we are going on 10 years, nine, 10 years in the league — it's time to get it. I felt like I was the only one in the organization that had the 'huevos' to hold him accountable. It didn't go the way I wanted it to go. I think there are things I should take back."
Marshall and Cutler both entered the NFL in 2006 after being drafted by the Denver Broncos. The duo reunited in 2012 when Marshall was traded to the Bears.
After putting together back-to-back 1000-yard, 100-reception seasons in 2012 and 2013, Marshall only caught 61 passes for 721 yards in 2014, which were both the lowest totals since his rookie season.
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"We didn't talk much during the year. We still haven't talked," Marshall said. "That is sad. I don't think there is anybody in the league that had more chemistry than us. If we had a slant route, I was going to go in the hole and he would find me. We saw the game the right way. I felt like that is something we could have built on.
"You throw in Alshon Jeffery, Martellus Bennett, Matt Forte and our offensive line; I just felt the time was now. They got rid of Brian Urlacher and didn't re-sign Brian Urlacher, and they start allocating most of the funds to the offensive side: That is a sign for me it is on us to lead the way. I felt like we didn't do that."
Marshall went on to evaluate Cutler's play and analyze what his former quarterback is missing.
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"I don't know if he has been hit too many times," Marshall said. "He is one of the most-hit quarterbacks. That can take a toll on you. I'm 31. He is 32 years old...
"I felt like our window was short because we were going to be good and our coaches were going to get taken away and guys were in contract situations and injuries. I wanted everybody to come together and try to take advantage of the opportunity. We didn't do it."