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Is early retirement an option for Jay Cutler

 What is Jay Cutler's football future if the Chicago Bears are unsuccessful in their quest to trade the veteran quarterback leading up to the new league year on March 9?

"He's one of several veterans who are still considering whether they want to play whether they want to not play retire walk away," NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport explained on Wednesday's edition of NFL Total Access. "A lot of things in play here for Jay Cutler."

If he is left without an attractive home once the offseason's game of quarterback musical chairs comes to a close it's not inconceivable that Cutler will opt for early retirement.

The other veteran quarterbacks Rapoport alluded to are Carson Palmer Ben Roethlisberger and Tony Romo all of whom have contemplated retirement since the end of the 2016 season.

If the Buccaneers can pair a dangerous deep threat with Pro Bowl wideout Mike Evans and emerging tight end Cameron Brate quarterback Jameis Winston will have a chance to lead one of the league's highest-octane attacks in 2017.

To that end Winston has begun recruiting free agent speedster DeSean Jackson.

At 30 years old Jackson is still playing at a high level leading all receivers in yards per catch (17.9) while notching his fifth career 1,000-yard season in 2016. Only five players caught more passes of 20-plus yards than Jackson's 19 last year.

Although Jackson's preference is to return to the Redskins there are signs that the team is unwilling to meet his asking price. Earlier this month the Washington Post reported that Jackson's play has been "too inconsistent for management's taste."

Eager to test his value on the open market Jackson is expected to draw interest from the Eagles and Rams in addition to the Bucs and Redskins.

With nearly $70 million available in salary-cap space the Buccaneers can make it tough to match their offer if they deem Jackson a top priority when the new league year starts on March 9.

Palmer has since committed to the Cardinals while Roethlisberger and Romo are expected to play provided their bodies cooperate and their football situations are to their liking.

This isn't to suggest that Cutler has one foot out the door as he enters his mid-thirties. It's simply the new reality of the modern NFL in which established quarterbacks settling into their twilight years adopt a year-to-year approach taking the time to weigh whether it's worthwhile to continue playing after setting themselves and their families up for life.

Cutler is working out and getting ready to play in 2017. He's doing well in his recovery from labrum surgery per Rapoport and is expected to be healthy soon.

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