Peyton Manning chose Denver and Matt Flynn chose Seattle. That means the Miami Dolphins quarterback options are down to Tim Tebow, Matt Moore, and a draft full of quarterbacks not named Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin, III.
San Francisco 49ers free agent quarterback Alex Smith has wrapped up his meeting with the Miami Dolphins.
As brain trusts from every NFL team gathers in Indianapolis for the annual NFL scouting combine; all eyes are on three players: Peyton Manning, Robert Griffin, III, and Andrew Luck.; and all of their futures are intertwined with each other.
The Miami Dolphins are in desperate need for a quarterback in the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft. Now, the Fins may have a shot at getting that desperately needed “franchise quarterback.”
The Miami Dolphins rode quarterback Matt Moore to a 6-3 finish in 2011 and could be set at quarterback if the team chooses to draft a franchise quarterback in April.
J.P. Losman is familiar enough with Buffalo Bills fans to not make any predictions regarding what reception he might get should the Miami Dolphins backup quarterback start against his former team on Sunday.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne has grown tired of hearing the fans’ chants and constant speculation about his job security. He’s been under center for the Fins for just one full season, but Fins fans dislike him and want a replacement.
The buzz surrounding the quarterback situation for the Miami Dolphins has drawn the most attention as the Fins start practice this week. But one person not concerned about his job is starting quarterback Chad Henne.
The Miami Dolphins may need a veteran quarterback, but they have hit the rookie free agent wire Tuesday morning for their latest signal caller.