DAVIE, Fla. — Jay Cutler has decided to postpone retirement for the chance to be Ryan Tannehill’s replacement.

Cutler agreed to terms Sunday on a contract with the Miami Dolphins, a person familiar with the situation said. The person confirmed the agreement to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the Dolphins weren’t expected to announce the deal until Cutler signed the $10 million, one-year deal.

Cutler will compete with Matt Moore for a starting job while Tannehill remains out with a left knee injury that could sideline him for the entire season.

Dolphins Coach Adam Gase was offensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears when Cutler had a career-best quarterback rating with them in 2015. Gase joined Miami in 2016, and Cutler parted with Chicago in March after eight seasons.

Cutler, 34, drew little interest in the spring as a free agent, perhaps partly because of his prickly personality and tendency for turnovers.

FALCONS: For the second straight year, cornerback Jalen Collins will be suspended for the start of the season for a violation of the league’s policy on performance enhancers.

This time, the suspension carries a bigger bite: 10 games.

The NFL announced that Collins has been suspended without pay for the first 10 games of the 2017 season.

He was suspended for the first four games in 2016.

TITANS: Tennessee added running back Brandon Radcliff and waived injured linebacker Victor Ochi.

Radcliff, an undrafted free agent from Louisville, had been waived by the Indianapolis Colts in June.

Radcliff, who is 5-foot-9 and 206 pounds, rushed for 2,365 yards and averaged 5.4 yards per carry during his Louisville career. He had nine 100-yard performances, including a 118-yard game in a victory over Florida State last season.

BILLS: A visit to a specialist has Buffalo starting left tackle Cordy Glenn feeling reassured regarding a sore left foot that’s bothered him for much of the offseason.

Glenn declined to reveal what has been causing the soreness or disclose what plan the team and Anderson have put in place.

JAGUARS: Jacksonville released oft-injured safety James Sample, a fourth-round draft pick in 2015.