DENVER (AP) -Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen said he's pleased with the trade that sent Pro Bowl quarterback Jay Cutler to the Chicago Bears and that both sides got what they wanted.
``We're happy with where we're at,'' Bowlen told The Associated Press on Tuesday night. ``I'm happy for Jay. I think he's going to a good organization.''
The Broncos dealt Cutler and a fifth-round draft pick to the Bears on April 2 for quarterback Kyle Orton, two first-round draft picks and a third-rounder, ending a six-week feud that began when Cutler decided he didn't want to play for new coach Josh McDaniels.
``He didn't want to be in Denver. He made that clear,'' Bowlen said. ``He's going on with his career, and we're going on with our team.''

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