Jay Cutler’s retirement didn’t last long.
The former Chicago quarterback has agreed to terms with Miami, according to multiple reports Sunday, as a replacement for the injured Ryan Tannehill.
Cutler, who reportedly will sign a one-year deal worth as much as $10 million, will compete for the starting job with Matt Moore.
Tannehill, who missed the final four games last season with a knee injury, reinjured that knee in practice Thursday. The Dolphins are looking into whether surgery is the best option.
The acquisition of Cutler reunites him with Dolphins coach Adam Gase, who was offensive coordinator for the Bears in 2015 when Cutler had the best passer rating of...