Former Vanderbilt star and Chicago Bears Quarterback Jay Cutler will return to the NFL after a very brief stint of retirement.
Cutler was set to begin a broadcasting venture on the set of Fox Sports, alongside Kevin Burkhardt and Charles Davis for the upcoming season.
However, Cutler spurned retirement and is set to join the Miami Dolphins on a one-year, 10 million-dollar deal, excluding incentives according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Cutler is all but penciled in as the Dolphins starter, as Ryan Tannehill suffered a torn ACL in training camp.
Cutler was sidelined with injury for much of the 2016 season, suiting up in just five games.
The former Commodore begins his 11th season in the NFL, as the Dolphins face the hometown Tennessee Titans on October 8 in Miami.
The gunslinger reunites with Adam Gase, the former offensive coordinator of the Denver Broncos, now Head Coach of the Miami Dolphins.
Cutler spent time with Gase in 2015, one of Cutler’s most prestigious as a pro.
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