Jay Cutler Reportedly Exploring Broadcast Career, Has Auditioned for Role

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Cutler's agent, Bus Cook, disputed that report two weeks later, per ESPN's Adam Schefter: "Jay wants to play football".

Jay Cutler wants to put himself in front of a television camera.

"I will tell you that that is not true", he said.

Cutler, 33, who was released by the Chicago Bears after eight seasons, auditioned for a possible role with Fox, according to ESPN.

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Cutler has yet to receive interest from another team to be their starting quarterback, and there's no surefire place to start after last week's NFL Draft. "Any football player would be smart to explore his options in case he doesn't play anymore". FOX is in need of a replacement for John Lynch after the latter became the San Francisco 49ers' general manager earlier this offseason.

Tony Romo similarly made a decision to go into broadcasting this offseason, albeit as the lead color analyst for CBS Sports. He never has mentioned retirement to me. Thumb and shoulder injuries limited him to just five games in 2016, however, and the Bears opted to part ways with him before signing former Tampa Bay Buccaneers backup Mike Glennon and later selecting Mitchell Trubisky second overall in the 2017 NFL Draft.

In 11 National Football League seasons, the former Denver Broncos first-round pick out of Vanderbilt has a 68-71 record as a starter.

Cutler also ranks first in Bears' history in interceptions thrown with 109, an average of more than one per game.