NEW YORK (AP) -- Another former NFL quarterback is headed to the broadcast booth as Jay Cutler joins Fox.
Cutler was hired Friday by the network as an analyst to work on its No. 2 NFL team with Kevin Burkhardt and Charles Davis.
Last month, CBS replaced Phil Simms as its top game analyst with Tony Romo.
Unlike Romo, who would have been in demand to play quarterback had he chosen not to leave the field, Cutler drew little interest as a free agent. So, at age 34, he heads to the booth. He's hardly old for quarterbacking considering the slew of QBs still starting who are older. But his inconsistency, penchant for turnovers and the negative vibes he gave out caused teams to steer away from Cutler this offseason.
NEWS. It's official. Jay Cutler has been hired by @nflonfox . Will join Kevin Burkhardt and Charles Davis in the booth this season.— Peter Schrager (@PSchrags) May 5, 2017
Cutler spent the last eight seasons as a Chicago Bear after breaking into the NFL with Denver. He was 68-71 as a starter with a career passer rating of 85.7, 208 touchdowns and 146 interceptions.
From Jay Cutler on his decision to head to the broadcast booth: pic.twitter.com/NF1kqqGz05— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) May 5, 2017