Jay Cutler signs with the Dolphins (for real)

Jay Cutler
Well, after three days of the “NFL insiders” pretending to report what their “sources” say, Jay Cutler is back, not back, then deleting their tweets — we have real news.

This time, real accurate insiders like Adam Schefter and Ian Rapoport confirm it via Twitter.

BREAKING NEWS: Nobody has deleted this tweet.


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Big lesson: when people that are not reporters, or are not even in the business say something… do not believe them.

“Cutler deal is close”, “Cutler is STRONGLY considering it”, “Cutler REJECTED it”, yeah, you guys have no idea.

Anyways, after all the “insiders” were busy on Sunday, Cutler, FOR REAL, is coming out of his short retirement.

The recently hired Fox color-commentator signed a one-year deal worth $10 million, as well as up to $3 million in incentives.

Cutler was supposed to be part of a three team booth with Kevin Burkhardt and Charles Davis. The B-team will not be centered around just them.

Mike Florio, while known as the ultimate aggregator, is well-respected – not like reporters that say Jay Cutler is their friend, tweeted:

With Jay Cutler now a Dolphin, look for the next leak/announcement to be that Ryan Tannehill will have season-ending ACL surgery.

BREAKING NEWS: Nobody has deleted this tweet.

Cutler is expected to start Week 1 vs Tampa Bay at home.


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