"He'll be all right," Gase said of Cutler. "He'll have to have a good week of practice."
Cutler has been up and down this season and is 4-5 as a starter for the Dolphins (4-7). He has completed 64.6 percent of his passes for 1,602 yards, 13 touchdowns and 9 interceptions and has an 82.7 passer rating.
The Dolphins will try to break a five-game losing streak against the Broncos (3-8), who have lost seven in a row.
Both players are expected to miss Sunday's game against Denver, leaving Miami with one healthy running back. The Dolphins promoted running back De'Veon Smith from the practice squad later Wednesday.