Would Matt Moore like to return to the Miami Dolphins?

Matt Moore led the Dolphins to a comeback win against the Jets. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

DAVIE — Matt Moore has spent the last seven years of his career as a Miami Dolphin quarterback.

But Moore is going to turn 34 years old in August and he’s also an unrestricted free agent.

Would Moore like to return to the Dolphins in 2018?

“Yeah,” Moore said Wednesday. “It’s one of those things. The league, you never know what happens in this league. All those questions will be answered later.”

Moore was 0-2 as a starter as Miami lost 40-0 at Baltimore and 35-17 at New England.

But Moore also came off the bench to lead Miami to a 31-28 comeback defeat of the Jets at Hard Rock Stadium.

How would he describe his season?

“I don’t know,” Moore said. “I would probably need some time to reflect to answer that question. Just like any other year there were some good things and there were some things that didn’t go how you wanted them to go. But we’re still in it (the season). So I haven’t really thought about it that much.”

Moore trails only Chad Pennington, Ryan Tannehill and Dan Marino in all-time Dolphins career passer rating.

Moore has been inactive the last four weeks with a foot injury. However, Wednesday marked the third straight week he practiced in a least a limited basis.

“I mean it is what it is,” Moore said. “Injuries are a part of the game. You never want to be on the shelf but some things just take time. And this is one of those deals.”

It’s possible coach Adam Gase could dress David Fales and use him in a mop-up role if Jay Cutler does not finish on Sunday against the Bills. How likely does Moore think it is that he’ll be active Sunday?

“You’ll have to talk to coach Gase on that one,” Moore said.

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