It’s as if he’s a rookie, as opposed to a quarterback who spent the last 11 years in the NFL.
Jay Cutler is once again adjusting to the speed of the game.
With no offseason program or minicamps, he’s had to hit the ground running in Miami, coming out of retirement and dumping his plans to be an on-air football analyst to step in for the injured Ryan Tannehill.
“Coming from a place you’ve been for eight years, you kind of know everybody,” said Cutler, 34, who spent his first three seasons in Denver and the next eight in Chicago. “There’s a new influx of people from year to year, but for the majority, you know everybody.”
He said his first few days with the Dolphins...