Cutler and his representatives have spoken to multiple networks, and Cutler has reportedly had an audition with at least one of them.
Reports circulated that the Houston Texans were so uninterested in former Bears QB Jay Cutler - now a free agent - that they actually ignored him and wouldn't pick up the phone when he called. "It's unclear how far along Cutler is in the process and whether he's negotiating a contract, but his audition indicates he's serious about broadcasting".
Cutler's agent, Bus Cook, told NFL Network he believed Cutler still wanted to play football.
Smokin' Jay Cutler may be making his National Football League comeback next year not on the field but in television.
Fox is looking to replace former NFL TV analyst John Lynch left to become the general manager of the San Francisco 49ers earlier this year.
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Jay Cutler has never been a player considered to be media-friendly. Any football player would be smart to explore his options in case he doesn't want to play anymore.
Former Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is having a hard time finding a job on the gridiron, so apparently he's exploring other avenues to stay involved in the game.
Cutler spent eight seasons in the Windy City after being drafted in the first round by the Denver Broncos in 2006.
There is really no room for Cutler to return to the Bears at this point. He's now 34, though, and played in only five games last season because of injuries.