REPORT: Matt Ryan Is Joining CBS Sports As An Analyst But Says He’s Not Retiring

Former NFL MVP Matt Ryan is ready tot take the next step in his carer.

After being released by the Indianapolis Colts in March after one seasons, CBS Sports announced that Ryan is joining CBS Sports as an NFL analyst. Ryan, who turns 38 on Wednesday, will work both as a studio and a game analyst across all CBS Sports platforms.

But Ryan, in a Twitter post announcing his new role, stopped short of saying he’s done playing. He punctuated his message with a disclaimer: “P.S. — this is not a retirement post.”

Ryan spent 14 seasons with the Atlanta Falcons and holds most of the franchise’s key passing records. He is the team’s all-time leader in passing yards (59,735), touchdown passes (367) and completions (5,242). Ryan is also in the NFL’s top 10 in career passing yards (seventh, 62,792) and touchdown passes (ninth, 381).

Ryan’s 15th season in the NFL with the Colts was a disaster. He was benched twice and was plagued by turnovers. Ryan’s 15 turnovers were a career-high and the second-most in NFL last season. He also threw 13 interceptions.