New Miami Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler has yet to play in a game with the team, but he is full go in practice after signing a one-year, $10 million contract with incentives that could raise his salary to $13 million.
Cutler had a mostly accurate day. His best throw was a bullet early in practice in stride to receiver DeVante Parker for a first down. Cutler went over to congratulate Parker after the catch. Cutler also had two would-be touchdown throws negated by drops to Parker and fellow receiver Kenny Stills in one-on-one drills. Nonetheless, the throws were solid.
Two bad plays stood out to the writer - a near interception on a well-covered play and a sack on a three-man rush where he held the ball too long.