Bus Cook, Cutler's football agent, said Thursday the quarterback hasn't retired and "as far as I know, he wants to play football and would play if the right offer came along".
Could Jay Cutler be a TV star? Cutler has reportedly spoken to television network executives and even auditioned with Fox last week, according to ESPN's Jeff Dickerson.
One potential landing spot for Cutler's potential broadcasting career is Fox, where the network auditioned the quarterback to potentially replace John Lynch in the broadcast booth, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Any football player would be smart to explore his options in case he doesn't want to play anymore.
Deshaun Watson: Texans get their quarterback, draft Watson
The Browns already have Houston's second-round pick in 2018 after receiving it in the trade for Brock Osweiler this offseason. He managed a 20 Wonderlic score and has a reputation as a one-read quarterback who doesn't play comfortably from the pocket.
The Bears parted ways with Cutler in March, an expected move as they explored a new direction at quarterback.
Tony Romo similarly chose to go into broadcasting this offseason, albeit as the lead color analyst for CBS Sports. "I will tell you that that is not true".
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. Last season with the Bears injuries limited him to just five games, with Chicago going 1-4 in those starts.
Trump leaves door open for military action against North Korea
The statement, which came in response to CNN's questions about the latest launch, did not acknowledge Saturday's missile test. In a rare interview with CNN last week, a North Korean official said the country's nuclear tests would "never stop".
There is really no room for Cutler to return to the Bears at this point.
Cutler has been a full-time starter in the National Football League since 2007, one year after the Denver Broncos drafted him 11th overall.
Protest to take on Trump's climate policies
Among those expected to attend are actor and climate activist Leonardo DiCaprio and former Vice President Al Gore. Along the way, they passed the Trump International Hotel DC, shouting, "We will not go away".