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Denver Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler has put his house near Parker up for sale.The custom-built, four-bedroom, seven-bath home went on the market Thursday and is listed for sale at $2 million, according to a real estate listing first obtained by 7NEWS.The 7,516-square-foot home is located in the Timbers subdivision and sits on 1.49 acres. Cutler bought the house in 2006 for $1.34 million.According to the listing, the home contains a 13-tiered waterfall."This is your chance to own one of the finest homes in Timbers -- 1.5 acres of pristine beauty, unbelievable Beaver Creek-style vaulted wood-beamed ceilings, spectacular mountain views and open floor plan," Cutler's realtor said in the listing.The quarterback also owns a penthouse condo in downtown Denver.Last week, the Broncos insisted Cutler wasn't on the trading block and said Cutler and head coach Josh McDaniels would meet in Denver this week to clear the air. The two men talked in a conference call on Monday, joined by Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, general manager Brian Xanders, and Cutler's agent, Bus Cook.However, there were reports that the conference call only made the situation worse, and Cutler left the conversation feeling he would be traded by draft day if the Broncos could find the right deal.The feud between the Broncos star quarterback and the team's new coach began on Feb. 28 when Cutler learned McDaniels tried to trade him to Tampa Bay in a three-way deal that would have sent quarterback Matt Cassel from New England to Denver. Cassel was eventually traded to AFC West rival Kansas City instead. (Watch 7Sports Anchor Lionel Bienvenu give his two cents about the Cutler-McDaniels situation.)The Broncos organization is not commenting and Cutler and his agent have not returned phone calls to 7NEWS. Cutler has just returned from a vacation in Nashville.Cutler is scheduled to appear at a fundraiser Saturday at Invesco Field honoring the Broncos' long-time trainer, Steve Antonopulos.But everybody will be keeping their eyes on what Cutler will do on Monday, when the Broncos have scheduled a mandatory team meeting. If Cutler shows up at Dove Valley at 8 a.m., it could be the first step in putting the fiasco behind him, but if he doesn't, then there will be some serious questions about his future in Denver. Does Cutler putting up a house for sale mean anything? Discuss the story below.