NFL Rumors: Dolphins’ Jay Cutler Expected To Retire (Again), But This Time For Good
Jay Cutler is calling it a career … again.
The Miami Dolphins quarterback reportedly is retiring from football, but this time will be the last, per NFL Insider Ian Rapoport.
Cutler, who will be 35 Sunday, retired briefly last season after the Chicago Bears released him following eight years of service.
He planned to join Kevin Burkhardt and Charles Davis with Fox Sports as part of the broadcast team, but those plans changed when the Dolphins were looking for a quarterback after they lost Ryan Tannehill to a torn ACL.
Cutler finished the 2017 season with a 6-8 record through 14 games, completed 62 percent of his passes, threw for 19 touchdowns and was picked off 14 times.
NFL fans still will see the former quarterback on their television screens, as he’s expected to make appearances on his reality-star wife, Kristin Cavallari’s, reality show, and may be seen in the Fox broadcasting booth for the 2018 NFL season.