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Jay Cutler wants to continue playing in 2018, be a starter

Jay Cutler

Jay Cutler may have been forced into retirement if Ryan Tannehill didn’t go down with a knee injury prior to the season, but he is hoping more NFL teams will show interest in him this upcoming offseason.

Cutler told reporters on Wednesday that he wants to continue playing in 2018. However, he is not interested in holding a clipboard.

It shouldn’t be difficult for Cutler to leave Miami, as it sounds like he never really settled in to begin with.

If Cutler couldn’t find a team to offer him a starting job before Tannehill’s injury, it’s going to be awfully hard for him to find work this winter. In 13 games this season, he threw for just 2,660 yards, 19 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. His passer rating of 80.9 is unlikely to impress many teams.

Cutler will turn 35 this offseason, and his wife recently made it seem like she would prefer if he hung up the cleats. We’re more likely to see Cutler in the broadcast booth next season than on an NFL roster.

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