Dolphins sign Jay Cutler ahead of preseason game with Falcons

Dolphins sign Jay Cutler ahead of preseason game with Falcons

Dolphins sign Jay Cutler ahead of preseason game with Falcons

Gase joined Miami in 2016, and Cutler parted with Chicago in March after eight seasons.

The question isn't if, but simply when, as multiple reports indicate the two sides are closing in on a one-year deal that will allow Cutler to leave Fox Sports to replace Ryan Tannehill, who suffered a knee injury on Thursday in practice. That includes a base salary of $5 million.

Gase also said Cutler is indeed interested in playing but is still attempting to gauge whether or not it would be in his best interest to return to the gridiron.

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With this injury, Tannehill and Dolphins are still debating if surgery is the best option as if Tannehill does chose to have surgery he will be out for the entire season.

Tannehill missed the final three games of the regular season and the Dolphins' playoff loss to Pittsburgh after spraining ligaments in his left knee. Fox handed Cutler an analyst position on the network's No. 2 broadcast team, despite his lack of TV experience, and there's certainly no guarantee he'd find a comparable job down the road. Based on the fact that Cutler has been signed to start and is willing to come out of retirement, it looks like we should not expect to see Tannehill on the field at any point in the 2017 season. The deal with Cutler signals the Dolphins anticipate a lengthy recovery for Tannehill.

Jay Cutler is leaning toward staying in broadcasting and not joining the Miami Dolphins, sources close to the situation told ESPN on Saturday. That's good news. So is how well Cutler played with Gase in Chicago.

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It's easy to swap out Tannehill and Cutler in our minds and say, "They both have big arms!"

As Gase mentioned on Friday, Matt Moore is the starting quarterback "right now".

National Football League teams can bring two players back from injured reserve during the regular season, without designating them for a possible return in advance.

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