Adam Gase: Jay Cutler looks the same

  • Adam Gase: Jay Cutler looks the same

Adam Gase: Jay Cutler looks the same

Above all else, that's likely why Cutler is now a Miami Dolphin, mere months after his brief retirement from the NFL.

Cutler's decision to sign with the Dolphins came with some persuasion from Gase, whose team needed a quarterback after Ryan Tannehill re-injured his partially torn ACL rolling out of the pocket in drills last week. It's definitely hard for a team because they have a new guy coming in right when nearly the season's getting ready to start, so that's tough. I think all the guys are excited for it.

Finally, we now know Cutler didn't really want to be a broadcaster; he just wanted to be wanted. "He needs to come in here, take a physical and see where he's at".

The Miami Dolphins officially signed quarterback Jay Cutler on Monday and don't expect it to take long for the 11-year veteran to get re-acclimated to head coach Adam Gase's offense. "He got injured and [the Bears] chose to move on from him". He, of course, worked with Dolphins head coach Adam Gase when Gase was an offensive coach with the Chicago Bears.

Quarterback Jay Cutler, the newest member of the Miami Dolphins, practiced for the first time, Tuesday. "I was pretty good with where I was in my life".

"We had a nice conversation, and he told me what's going on", Moore said.

Cutler will not play in Miami's preseason opener, Thursday against the Falcons. Rather than joining Kevin Burkhardt in the FOX broadcast booth for the upcoming season, Cutler will be on the Dolphins' roster.

Cutler and Marino met during today's practice for the first time, and Cutler came away from it thinking Marino will be a big help going forward.

Cutler enjoyed one of his finest statistical seasons under Gase's tutelage in '15. I know what it's like to feel like you're going to have a great year and something like this is a setback; but he's been great.

Tannehill attended Monday's practice, at least the late part of the practice, and watched while wearing a thigh-to-ankle knee brace.

Cavallari, speaking with Us Weekly in June, said that she was "excited for him to be safe" from the brutal pounding at the hands of National Football League defenders week in and week out.

"I was very upfront with everything", Gase said.