ESPN-Jeff Darlington wrote:
Jay Cutler is leaning toward staying in broadcasting and not joining the Miami Dolphins, sources close to the situation told ESPN on Saturday.http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/2025 ... oadcasting
Although Cutler became intrigued by the possibility of reuniting with Dolphins coach Adam Gase in the immediate wake of Ryan Tannehill's knee injury, his continued contemplation is swaying him back in the direction of staying retired, sources told ESPN.
Jason Lieser wrote:
Gase said this afternoon he had one conversation with Cutler this week, and he expressed interest in joining the Dolphins. It’s more complicated, though, than simply reuniting him with his former offensive coordinator. He would have to come in at a reasonable salary for Miami, and Gase said the team needs to know Ryan Tannehill’s status before it can be straightforward in conversations with any free agent.http://dailydolphin.blog.palmbeachpost. ... -dolphins/
Gase also doesn’t buy any reports on where Cutler stands, because he doesn’t think Cutler would relay those thoughts to reporters.
“I know this: The comments about him in the media–it’s not like he’s talking to anybody,” Gase said. “I know that, because that’s not who he is. If he’s got something to say, he’ll talk to me. I know we had a good conversation and I know where everything stands with that.”