This offseason, much has been made about the Denver Broncos’ quarterback situation. Last year, it was a three-horse race. Whether the team adds another arm remains to be seen, but it likely will not be former Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler. That doesn’t however, mean Cutler will not be playing somewhere.

“Jay wants to play football,” Cutler’s agent Bus Cook told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. “He never has mentioned retirement to me. Jay Cutler, as far as I know, is ready to play and wants to play, and his skill set is as good as any quarterback in the league.”

After eight seasons in the Windy City, Cutler was released by the Chicago Bears this offseason. Limited to five games in 2016 due to injury, the 33-year-old completed 59.1 percent of his passes, throwing for 1,059 yards, four touchdowns and five interceptions.

Though his arm talent is unquestionable, Cutler has been plagued by injuries and interceptions in recent year. A market for his services has yet to develop, at least publically.