Should NFL Teams Finally Give Up on Jay Cutler?

On April 27, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported veteran quarterback Jay Cutler was likely to retire. It was an expected outcome given Cutler’s mediocre results in 2016 and 2017. But as has happened with many quarterbacks wavering between retirement and continuing their careers, it appears Cutler may not be done.jerseys nfl cheap

In a conversation posted July 2 with his wife, reality television personality Kristin Cavallari, Cutler said he can’t be sure he’s 100 percent done and that he wouldn’t know until September. That would imply he could return to the NFL as an injury replacement.

If Cutler does come back, he’ll probably want to come back as a starter, and that’s where things get complicated. He retired after the 2016 season, his last with the Chicago Bears, to start a career in broadcasting. But when Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill was lost for the 2017 season to an August knee re-injury, the appeal of working with head coach Adam Gase—who had helped Cutler to a career y