Dolphins, quarterback Jay Cutler has decided to postpone retirement

After reviewing the terms of the contract with the Miami Dolphins, Jay Cutler has decided to postpone his retirement for a chance to be Ryan Tannehill’s replacement.

Cutler agreed to the terms of the contract on Sunday, but the Dolphins weren’t expected to announce the deal until Cutler signed the $10 million, one-year deal.

Cutler will be competing with Matt Moore for the starting position while Tannehill remains out with a left knee injury.

Dolphins coach Adam Gase was offensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears when Cutler had a career-best quarterback rating with them in 2015. Gase joined Miami in 2016 while Cutler parted with Chicago in March after eight seasons.

Source: Fox News Sports

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