If Minnesota coach Brad Childress didn't have enough drama over, say, the last three months with the Brett Favre saga, how about a little "he said, he said he was a naughty word?"
Thanks to our good friends in the Minneapolis media, we have Childress' take on the bizarre story over the last 34 hours or so after Bobby Wade, the ex-Bear, went on KFAN radio in Minnesota and said Brian Urlacher used a word we don't use on this here blog to describe his new teammate Jay Cutler.
"I haven't heard, I read it," Childress said. "I was considering having Bobby read it to me because we were talking about it and he was kind of recounting it for me chapter and verse. I'll let Bobby speak to that and I think he probably would say he wished he hadn't said that."
Urlacher, who saw Wade in Las Vegas, is still friends with the wide receiver.
"Yeah, Bobby is a friend of mine,'' Urlacher said. "I mean, he still is a friend of mine. He's just trying to throw something out before training camp and I don't think it worked. What do you think? Bobby is still my friend. We'll still have a good time on Sundays when we play him twice a year."
There you have it. It will all blow over soon.