Cutler's home for sale; parents', too

DENVER -- The Denver Broncos insist quarterback Jay Cutler isn't on the market. His and his parents' houses near Denver, though, are another matter.

Cutler has put his 7,516-square-foot, four-bedroom, seven-bath home in Parker up for sale for $2 million. A listing on real estate Web site REcolorado.com shows the agent as Fuller Sotheby's International Realty.

According to local reports, Cutler's parents have also put up for sale their home in the town of Elizabeth, about two miles from the house he is selling. Theirs is listed at $835,000.

Douglas County property records show Cutler paid $1.34 million for his house in August 2006.

Cutler still has a condo in downtown Denver along with his offseason home in Nashville, Tenn.

The Pro Bowl quarterback and new coach Josh McDaniels are in a dispute over attempts to trade him two weeks ago.

On Saturday, Cutler was a no-show at a fundraiser at Invesco Field, and team spokesman Patrick Smyth said the quarterback didn't attend because he didn't want to distract from the evening. The fundraiser was in honor of Broncos longtime trainer Steve Antonopulos and raised money to fight children's' diseases.

According to The Denver Post, Cutler and McDaniels met Saturday, and the "one-one-one" talk ended without any resolutions.

"There was a brief meeting Saturday morning and we agreed to regroup and continue to have conversations," a Broncos spokesman told the newspaper Sunday morning.