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Agent Bus Cook: Jay Cutler Wants To Play, Isn't Considering Retirement

Jay Cutler NFL Rumors: Agent Says Quarterback 'Wants To Play Football' Jay Cutler Has No Plans To Retire
Montrelle Montesinos | 26 Abril, 2017, 02:25

There are a few teams that possess the need for a viable starting quarterback such as the New York Jets, Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, and San Francisco 49ers, but none of these organizations have expressed any real consideration of working out a deal with Cutler.

"He never has mentioned retirement to me", Bus Cook told ESPN.

Of course, the sound of Cook's phone not ringing has been heard loud and clear since the Bears let Cutler walk out the door. Cutler has made a ton of money in his career, so many believe he would rather retire than play for a mediocre team at a low salary.

The Bears moved to sign veteran Mike Glennon on the same day of Cutler's release from the team. But talent is no longer the question about the 33-year-old Cutler.

When healthy, Cutler was productive for the Bears, setting nearly every passing record in team history (including a dubious one of 109 interceptions in 102 regular-season games). Looking beyond that, Cutler is also best remembered for leading the Bears to the one playoff appearance.

Whether the team adds another arm remains to be seen, but it likely will not be former Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler.

Cutler was cut by Chicago after the team's disappointing 3-13 season.

Cook's words are a clear message meant for QB-needy teams before the National Football League draft, which begins on Thursday.

Cutler's health matters to teams.