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Anish Kapoor’s Continuous Black Whirlpool Comes to the US
Previously exhibited as a smaller work at India’s Kochi Murizis Biennale, and as part of wider installations in both San Gimignano’s Galleria Continua in Italy and France’s Palace of Versaille in 2014, Descension will be installed in picturesque... New York’s Brooklyn Bridge Park is set to receive a new piece of public art: Anish Kapoor ’s captivating “Descension,” a continuous black whirlpool set into the ground. Source: Dornob
Brock Osweiler deal a stunner; Jay Cutler’s release no surprise
Predicting what happened with Brock Osweiler was beyond anyone’s projections. Far more predictable was Chicago releasing Jay Cutler, who had no guaranteed money left on his contract. Cutler led the Bears to the 2010 NFC championship game, but otherwise struggled in Chicago. The Texans basically took whatever deal they could get to rid themselves of a $16 million payout to the quarterback in 2017. The Browns and Texans are also swapping fourth- and sixth-round picks in 2017, and Cleveland gets a 2018 second-rounder. One year after signing a four-year deal with Houston, then losing the starting job to Tom Savage late in the season before returning and winning a playoff game, Osweiler is headed to Cleveland. Source: Denver Broncos news, analysis, roster, stats — The Denver Post
Jay Cutler Officially Done in Chicago; what will his Legacy with the Bears Be?
I will be the one who can change him. However, the NFL is filled with coaches and coordinators who are like women with a serious bad boy complex- they keep saying to themselves “I know this guy is trouble, damaged goods and has attitude issues, but I’m the one who can change him. Cutler will be 34-years-old when the season opens, so his new team will have to pay him $12. 5 million. By releasing Cutler, the Bears will save $14 million in cap. The Bears are done paying him the guaranteed money on his blockbuster deal, which made him the NFL’s highest paid player in 2014, so they are no longer on the hook for paying him anything. Source: The Bank