After a five-game, injury-riddled season last year, Cutler retired and assumed an analyst position with Fox Sports before coming back to play for Miami. “You know what man? It’s a team sport,” Moore told the Miami Herald on Monday when he was asked if he was disappointed. “You guys know this — I’ve been with this organization for a long time and have been a team guy. Like I said, training camp, my focus is getting better and working with the guys that are here.” A diplomatic answer from a guy who has seen scenarios like this before. His junior year at Hart in 2000, Moore wasn’t the quarterback, but rather a defensive back and quarterback-in-waiting behind Kyle Matter. The next year, in 2001, he was the starting signal-caller and led the Indians to a 13-0 record and CIF title, throwing for 3,334 yards and 33 touchdowns. He earned a scholarship to UCLA, where he originally redshirted as a freshman before being thrust into the starting position after midseason injuries to two quarterbacks. That role wasn’t cemented, however. Moore suffered an injury of his own early in the following season and eventually lost the position to Drew Olson. Moore then transferred to Oregon State where he received considerably more playing time. In 10 NFL seasons, Moore has thrown for 6,077 yards, 41 touchdowns and 31 interceptions.