Published: Mon, August 07, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Jay Cutler Leaning Towards Remaining Retired

Jay Cutler Leaning Towards Remaining Retired

However, for now, he is still leaning toward remaining retired.

But while joining the Dolphins could appeal to Cutler in the short term, he risks damaging his broadcasting prospects long-term. Schefter also reports that the New York Jets made a storng puch for Cutler early in the offseason.

The team was left scrambling when starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill went down after a non-contact injury to his left knee, the same knee he partially tore the ACL and MCL last December. Cutler worked with Gase in the coach's lone season as the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator in 2015.

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Cutler announced the end of his 10-year tenure in the National Football League two months ago, leaving his athletics career behind to join the Fox Sports broadcast team for the upcoming season. The 34-year-old quarterback should be able to re-acclimate to Gase's system quickly, but will need to build chemistry with his new teammates in Miami. "I don't feel that anyone ever really retires from the NFL". I don't think he looked at our situation.

Cutler will likely compete with Matt Moore for the starting job with the Dolphins, but according to reports, he needed assurances that he would be the starter when Week 1 rolls around, so he'll likely have a leg up in that competition.

The young QBs already on the roster, Brandon Doughty and David Fales, are not ready to take on that task. The strengths of Landry and Cutler is one of the bigger question marks regarding the personnel fit for Cutler. Emerging star Laremy Tunsil will be protecting Cutler's blindside, giving him time to make the necessary throws. The signing provides insurance for the Dolphins with the uncertainty of Tannehill's injury still yet determined. That's good news. So is how well Cutler played with Gase in Chicago. Kaepernick's stances have little, if nothing, to do with Cutler being signed over him.

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