Jay Cutler blows up Fox gig for Dolphins stunner

Ruben Hill
August 7, 2017

The QB will be reunited with his former Bears offensive coordinator, Adam Gase, now head coach of the Fins.

National Football League reporter Adam Schefter told the Dan Patrick Show Monday that Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was "mentioned" in the Miami Dolphins' front office as a possible replacement for injured quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The deal with Cutler signals the Dolphins anticipate a lengthy recovery for Tannehill. Ryan Tannehill injured his knee in practice last week, and the extent of his injury is unknown.

The Dolphins are seeking multiple opinions on Tannehill's left knee before making a final decision. Words are now spreading that Tannehill will need a season-ending surgery and likely will be out indefinitely.

Cutler, 34, enjoyed success in his one season playing under Gase as he compiled a career-best 92.3 quarterback rating. Kaepernick, who became a free agent after opting out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers last March, has thrown 2,241 yards for 16 touchdowns with only four interceptions last season.

Moore was up and down in Saturday's scrimmage, according to ESPN.

Without throwing a pass, the Dolphins newest quarterback received a rock star welcome to South Florida.

Miami is the latest organization to pass on free agent Colin Kaepernick, the controversial quarterback under scrutiny after failing to stand for the national anthem a year ago in his final season with the San Francisco 49ers.

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