Cutler auditioned with FOX on Thursday, ESPN reported, citing sources. FOX is in need of a replacement for John Lynch after the latter became the San Francisco 49ers' general manager earlier this offseason.
The 34-year-old Cutler has not officially announced his retirement since being released by the Chicago Bears on March 9. However, potential teams in need of a starting quarterback have looked elsewhere with the New York Jets signing Josh McCown and the Houston Texans drafting Clemson's Deshaun Watson
A former Pro Bowl quarterback leaving the playing field for the broadcast booth has become a familiar story on the heels of Romo joining CBS last month.
Cutler's agent, Bus Cook, told the NFL.com that his client still wants to play "if the right offer comes along."
Over his eight seasons in Chicago, Cutler became the Bears' all-time leader in passing yards (23,443) and touchdowns (154) in 102 games. The Bears made the playoffs just once during Cutler's tenure with the team.
Cutler also ranks first in Bears' history in interceptions thrown with 109, an average of more than one per game. He threw a career-worst 26 interceptions in 2009, his first season in Chicago.
The Bears acquired Cutler from the Denver Broncos for multiple draft picks on April 3, 2009. With Denver, Cutler threw for 9,024 yards and 54 touchdowns opposite 37 interceptions in 37 games over three seasons.