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Draft Scout Jay Cutler News
05/04/17 - QB Jay Cutler reportedly is looking to follow in the footsteps of Tony Romo by branching into the broadcast booth. Cutler auditioned with FOX on Thursday, ESPN reported, citing sources. FOX is in need of a replacement for John Lynch after the latter became the San Francisco 49ers' general manager earlier this offseason. The 34-year-old Cutler has not officially announced his retirement since being released by the Chicago Bears on March 9. However, potential teams in need of a starting quarterback have looked elsewhere with the New York Jets signing Josh McCown and the Houston Texans drafting Clemson's Deshaun Watson
04/25/17 - QB Jay Cutler is not planning to retire and is "ready to play" in 2017, his agent told ESPN on Tuesday. "He never has mentioned retirement to me," Cutler's agent Bus Cook said. "Jay Cutler, as far as I know, is ready to play and wants to play, and his skill set is as good as any quarterback in the league." Cutler, 33, was released by the Bears on March 9 after an injury-riddled 2016 season. The former No. 11 overall pick missed 11 games due to thumb and shoulder injuries.
03/10/17 - QB Jay Cutler was granted his release from the Bears on Thursday, moving toward a fresh start for all involved.
The move came on the heels of the team setting its sights on free agent QB Mike Glennon, who agreed to a three-year deal worth $43.5 million on Thursday with a reported $19 million guaranteed.
By cutting Cutler, Chicago will clear $14 million off its 2017 salary camp. He'll still cost the Bears $2 million against the cap this season. Cutler guided Chicago to just one playoff appearance during his eight tumultuous seasons with the team.
02/22/17 - QB Jay Cutler will be relocating this offseason If the Bears can find a trade partner. Cutler, 33, has a $17 million cap number and four years remaining on a deal he signed during Phil Emery's tenure as general manager. Current coach John Fox and GM Ryan Pace afforded Cutler the chance to nail down the job in 2015 and 2016, but the Bears missed the playoffs each year. With no guaranteed money remaining in the deal, Cutler's approval could be part of trade talks. The Jets, 49ers, Texans and Broncos -- Cutler's original team -- are considered to be teams probable to chase a veteran quarterback.
12/01/16 - QB Jay Cutler will have surgery to repair his torn labrum in his throwing shoulder on Saturday and will be placed on injured reserve, coach John Fox announced on Thursday. Cutler sustained the injury in a 22-16 loss to the New York Giants in Week 11. The 33-year-old was sacked four times and threw an interception while finishing the game, but sat out last week's loss to the Tennessee Titans.