Former Dolphins QB Jay Cutler could be getting his own reality show with wife Kristin Cavallari
The former Quarter Back Jay Cutler is planning to leave the NFL career behind after spending 12 seasons in the league.
Jay Culter, who had announced that he would leave the Miami Dolphins if he does not land the Quarter Back position, is staying true to his word. According to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Cutler is leaving the footballing world to join the illustrious world of reality TV along with wife and 'Laguna Beach' star Kristin Cavallari.
In the tweet that revealed the news, Ian also wrote that Cutler might also look at a career in the broadcast booth. After all, Jay's initial announcement about his retirement during the 2016 season came with the intention of being an analyst for Fox Sports.
Speaking of future TV stars, ex-#Dolphins QB Jay Cutler is expected to retire (again), as well. He may be coming to a reality show near you, as will his wife. And of course, there is the Fox interest to join the broadcast booth.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 27, 2018
The retirement is described by many football pundits as a mere formality, considering he had a very lukewarm run in South Beach with only 19 touchdowns to 14 interceptions. He had been asked to stay on as Miami’s project replacement for Ryan Tannehill and has not inspired any interest from another team as a free agent.
Now, it seems almost certain that he is looking to recreate the same magic Tony Romo found with CBS by joining Fox.
Many retired NFL players have seen successful in the world of reality television. In 2009 Terrell Owens enjoyed three seasons run in 'The T.O. Show,' which was aired by Vh1. Meanwhile, others like Warren Sapp and Kurt Warner found their footing on 'Dancing with the Stars.'