DAVIE (CBSMiami) – The Miami Dolphins have officially ruled out two offensive starters as the team prepares for a game on a short week.READ MORE: PlanetWatch: Miami Chosen As 1st Major US Location For New Air Quality Monitoring Network
Quarterback Jay Cutler (ribs) and left guard Anthony Steen (foot) will not play for Miami when they face the Ravens on Thursday night in Baltimore.
Cutler was injured during the third quarter of the Dolphins win over the New York Jets on Sunday.READ MORE: Hollywood Family Lights ‘Greater & Bigger’ Display After Thief Steals Their 6-Foot Metal Menorah
Monday head coach Adam Gase confirmed that Cutler suffered “several cracked ribs” and called his status day-to-day.
Starting in Cutler’s place is Matt Moore, who led Miami on an improbable comeback in which they erased a 14-point fourth quarter deficit.
The Dolphins injury report also included wide receiver DeVante Parker (ankle), left tackle Laremy Tunsil (knee), defensive end Andre Branch (groin) and defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (ankle).MORE NEWS: Dale Holness Files Lawsuit Seeking To Overturn Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick's Razor-Thin Win
All four are listed as questionable.