Jay Cutler appears to finally be on his way out in Chicago. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the Bears have been shopping the quarterback, with Rapoport saying it "is clear" that "Cutler's time in Chicago is Dinamobet done."
Over the past five seasons, Cutler has averaged 2,837 yards, 18 touchdowns and 12 picks. In that span, he's ranked firmly below the middle of the pack in total yards (19th among players to attempt 400-plus passes), completion percentage (19th), passer rating (24th), touchdown passes (19th) and wins (21st).
With Cutler set to turn 34 in April, should he be starting for an NFL team in 2017? And if so, who should acquire him, either by trade or by signing him after his release?
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