Re­port: Jay Cut­ler signs for $10M with Dol­phins

The Washington Times Daily - - SPORTS -

DAVIE, FLA. | Jay Cut­ler has de­cided to post­pone re­tire­ment for the chance to be Ryan Tan­nehill’s re­place­ment.

Cut­ler agreed to terms Sun­day on a con­tract with the Mi­ami Dol­phins, a per­son fa­mil­iar with the sit­u­a­tion said. The per­son con­firmed the agree­ment to The As­so­ci­ated Press on con­di­tion of anonymity be­cause the Dol­phins weren’t ex­pected to an­nounce the deal un­til Cut­ler signed the $10 mil­lion, one-year deal.

Cut­ler will com­pete with Matt Moore for a start­ing job while Tan­nehill re­mains out with a left knee in­jury that could side­line him for the en­tire sea­son. Dol­phins coach Adam Gase was of­fen­sive co­or­di­na­tor for the Chicago Bears when Cut­ler had a ca­reerbest quar­ter­back rat­ing with them in 2015. Gase joined Mi­ami in 2016, and Cut­ler parted with Chicago in March after eight sea­sons.

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