Kristin Cavallari Says Jay Cutler Has Gotten NFL Offers but Thinks 'He's Done'

Adam Wells@adamwells1985Featured ColumnistApril 3, 2018

Miami Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler (6) looks to pass, during the first half of an NFL football game against the Buffalo Bills, Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
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Kristin Cavallari, Jay Cutler's wife, doesn't think her husband is going to play another season in the NFL.

During an appearance on SiriusXM's The Jenny McCarthy Show (via TMZ Sports), Cavallari said Cutler has "a few offers on the table," but she doesn't believe he'll return in 2018.

"It's not official," she said. "But yeah. ... I think he's done."

Cavallari didn't provide specific details about what offers Cutler has received, though he was set to be a broadcaster for Fox Sports last year prior to joining the Miami Dolphins.

Cutler announced his retirement when he was hired by Fox Sports in 2017, noting he felt like it was going to be a permanent move.

"Yeah, I think so. Yeah. I think so," he said during a radio interview on The Waddle and Silvy Show in Chicago in May 2017. "It is. I don't really see anything else happening. I'm happy with where I am, you know, in my life and really in the future going forward. So, yeah, we can go ahead and say it. It's permanent."

After Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill suffered a torn ACL during training camp, Cutler signed with the team in August. The 34-year-old threw for 2,666 yards with 19 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in 14 starts in Miami last season.

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