Jay Cutler is all too familiar with concussions.
He's had at least three over the past seven years after suffering one on Sunday in Miami's 30-20 loss to Tampa Bay.
"I want to get to tomorrow first and see how he's feeling," Dolphins coach Adam Gase said.
Cutler wasn't very effective before the concussion, throwing three first-half interceptions. The Dolphins also lost linebacker Chase Allen, who started in place of Rey Maualuga — who was arrested early Saturday in a dispute over a bar tab and quickly waived by the Dolphins — to a concussion in the second half.
Tampa Bay right guard Evan Smith suffered a concussion as well.
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