As a quarterback, Jay Cutler is used to taking passes, but not like this.
The star of the Chicago bears donated an autographed football to the Anti-Cruelty Society, a local pet charity auction, with a starting bid of just $100, but no one bid. Not one person.
Bidders passed on the ball and it went completely ignored for the entire auction. Twitter wasn't very nice when they heard the news.
Fortunately, an anonymous bidder eventually called the Anti-Cruelty Society more than a week later and bought the ball for $100. He says he plans to give it to his son as a birthday present.
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