Friday evening on CBS4, the 2012 Miami Dolphins will finally take the field to unveil a new offense, defense, quarterback, and head coach against in-state rival, Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Now that the Miami Dolphins have their entire quarterback contingent into training camp, the question again turns to who will be the starting quarterback for Week 1 of the regular season.
After the Miami Dolphins signed quarterback David Garrard and drafted quarterback Ryan Tannehill, Fins fans have been trying to figure out who will be the starting quarterback.
Miami Dolphins fans hoping to land quarterback Ryan Tannehill in the 2012 NFL Draft may be left with nothing but hope as the former Texas A&M quarterback vaults up draft boards.
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.”
Reggie Bush was thought by some Dolphins sportswriters to be a key piece of the puzzle to solving the Dolphins woes. Instead, in one quote he summed up the Dolphins and all of the players on the team.
The Miami Dolphins quarterback situation has gone from bad to worse Thursday. According to the Associated Press, Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne is done for the season because he has decided to have shoulder surgery on his non-throwing arm.
The Miami Dolphins looked to fortify their quarterback depth chart Thursday by signing 33-year-old QB Sage Rosenfels. Yes, that Sage Rosenfels.
When quarterback Chad Henne went down with an injured shoulder last Sunday, it was assumed Matt Moore would simply step in and become the new starting quarterback.
The news late Tuesday afternoon of the Jacksonville Jaguars releasing starting quarterback David Garrard led Miami Dolphins fans to light up social media with pleas for the team to sign the now former Jaguar.