The former Chicago Bears and Denver Broncos quarterback posted just two winning seasons and made the postseason once during his 11-year National Football League career, and now joins a franchise that just snapped a seven-year playoff drought.
"You work really hard to get to this point, and to get it taken away like that I think was very frustrating for him". Cutler already has a rich history with the Dolphins' second-year head coach and his offense after spending the 2015 season under Gase's tutelage in Chicago. The Dolphins, particularly HC Adam Gase, are hoping that Cutler can step in for former Texas A&M QB Ryan Tannehill and put up quality numbers for them this season. "He's really good at his job". Third-seeded Madison Keys outslugged No. 6 CoCo Vandeweghe 7-6 (4), 6-4 to win the Bank of the West Classic in a thrilling display of power and serving by the two young American stars in their first career matchup in Stanford, Calif.
As so often is the case, a pretty girl - in this case, it was Cutler's wife Kristin Cavallari - was a major factor.
He added: "It'll come back to me".
"It felt right", Cutler said.
"The good thing is I play quarterback so I don't have to be in that great cardiovascular shape", Cutler kidded.
"We're going to have to be smart with that".
Quarterback Jay Cutler, the newest member of the Miami Dolphins, practiced for the first time, Tuesday. "It was very simple, very straightforward". I know the system. "We have to make sure we don't go too much too early", Gase said. "I don't like any quarterbacks, but he was one guy that I definitely had a respect for because he took hits and never cried, never complained and just got up and played the next play". Words are now spreading that Tannehill will need a season-ending surgery and likely will be out indefinitely.
Tannehill stood near midfield Monday watching practice, wearing a brace on his left knee and conversing with the coaching staff and quarterbacks. He was just patting me on the way by in 11-on-11s. We can only assume that Tebow was one of those names.