A day after leaning towards staying retired, Cutler is Dolphins' 2017 answer at QB

Jay Cutler will be under center again after all.

A lot can change in just 24 hours. Especially in the beast that is the NFL offseason. Just a day after reports indicated that Jay Cutler would remain in his new role as a TV color analyst, the former Bears quarterback will indeed sign a deal with the Miami Dolphins for the 2017 season.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Cutler receives $10 million on a one-year deal with the possibility of incentives.

Cutler has familiarity with Dolphins head coach Adam Gase, whom he had one of his best seasons as a pro with in 2015 when Gase was the offensive coordinator in Chicago.

While not perusing Ocean Avenue or South Beach over the next month prior to Week 1, Cutler will surely be working to develop a rapport with a talented duo of Dolphins wide receivers in Davante Parker and Jarvis Landry.

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