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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (CBSMiami/AP) — The Miami Dolphins will likely be without starting quarterback Jay Cutler for at least one game, but team officials fear a rib injury could keep him out for the next several weeks.

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NFL insider Adam Schefter said Cutler may have cracked two ribs in Sunday’s home win against the New York Jets.

Cutler took a hit from linebacker Jordan Jenkins early in the third quarter, sidelining him for the rest of the game.

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Cutler threw for 138 yards, two scores and an interception up until the injury, with the Dolphins trailing 21-14. Backup Matt Moore tossed another two touchdowns to lead the team to a comeback win 31-28.

Miami has dressed only two quarterbacks this year with tight end MarQueis Gray acting as the emergency signal caller.

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The Dolphins visit Baltimore next, for their first and only Thursday night game of the season.