Report: Dolphins Close To Signing QB Jay Cutler

After starting QB Ryan Tannehill re-injured his knee, the Miami Dolphins are reportedly on the verge of signing QB Jay Cutler. 

The Dolphins are down to Matt Moore, who started last year, second-year player Brandon Doughty and David Fales. Cutler would likely start for Miami, especially if the reported money involved is accurate. 

Tidei is an associate producer at CSN Chicago. However, Ian Rapoport adds a deal is not done yet. However, he does confirm there have been discussions. 

The $13 million price tag is right in line with low-end starter money. Cutler reportedly wanted that in order to leave his job as a Fox Sports color commentator. The Dolphins had reached out to Cutler when Tannehill went down with his injury in training camp. 

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Cutler played under Dolphins head coach Adam Gase for a year in Chicago. Cutler fared well that season, reducing the turnovers that had plagued him. The 34-year-old battle injuries last year and retired after he didn't find a starting job this offseason. 

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