NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday on Good Morning Football that Cutler's market is almost zilch.
"I've had a lot of conversations with general managers or head coaches talking about where these quarterbacks are going to land and it is unbelievable that Cutler's name rarely, if ever, comes up," Rapoport said.
If Romo's retirement can't get Cutler into the game, it might never happen. That could leave the 12-year pro with one option: retirement.
"There's really only a couple starting quarterback spots that are even available," Rapoport said. "The Browns would be one. It doesn't seem like Cutler would be interested in going there. The Texans would be another. It doesn't seem they have interest in him. So Cutler may face a similar situation, actually, to Tony Romo, which is to just chill, wait, and if something happens -- some horrible camp injury, like what happened to Teddy Bridgewater last year -- maybe Cutler's name would be called. But I do know he's talked to people that he knows pretty well about retirement being a possibility. He actually might have no choice."