Dolphins reach out to Jay Cutler

The Dolphins could bring in Colin Kaepernick who is seemingly being punished for his silent protest last season, or they may take a look at Gase's former pupil Jay Cutler whose exorbitant demands have served as a deterrent for teams looking to add another quarterback.

When pressed on whether Moore is cemented as his No. 1 quarterback now, Gase said, "Right now, Matt is our quarterback". This comes after a starter Ryan Tanneyhill was injured during practice on Thursday, one that may require surgery and could cost him a signficant portion of the 2017 season.

Moore was asked what he would say to those thinking the Dolphins need to seek a starting QB elsewhere. "Talking to a lot of people and just making sure we get all the right information, then we'll make a decision after that".

The Dolphins hope Tannehill can avoid surgery and returns soon.

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"This is part of my role, and I've done this before", said Moore; "Stepping up and being ready if need be". He was in control of the offense, which rallied after struggling to recover from the shock of Tannehill's injury halfway through Thursday's practice. Everyone has figured Kaepernick's best chance to get signed would be if a team suffered a serious injury to its starter, and here we are. Now, Tannehill is once again confronted with a decision over surgery, leaving he and the Dolphins in careful consideration of his situation. Cutler is slated to enter the broadcasting booth for Fox this season, but would reportedly consider delaying the move if he could start and be paid starter's money for the Dolphins.

It's hard. As a buddy, teammate you never want to see that happen.

"I do, because obviously, my experience with him was very good". He has been wearing a brace on the knee in training camp.

The eighth overall pick of the 2012 draft, Tannehill completed 67.1 percent of his passes a year ago, throwing for 2,995 yards, 19 touchdowns and 12 interceptions with a career-best 93.5 passer rating in 13 games.

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