Miami Dolphins quarterback continues to have a tough time trying to establish himself as the starter for the Fins. The latest dust-up came during Monday night’s open practice at Sun Life Stadium.
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 Denver Broncos appear to have overplayed their hand with the Miami Dolphins. According to the Oregonian, former Carolina Panthers quarterback Matt Moore will sign a two-year contract with the Dolphins on Friday.
Before the Miami Dolphins took to the field Friday morning to begin practicing for the first preseason game; owner Stephen Ross talked to the media about the quarterback situation, his expectations, and what he wants to see from the franchise.
Ask anyone who’s watched the Miami Dolphins for the last 12 years what they want most and almost all of them will say a solid, long-term quarterback. Unrestricted free agency should start this week, and there are some quarterbacks the Dolphins might be interested in.
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland gave incumbent starting quarterback a lukewarm endorsement at the NFL Combine, calling Henne the quarterback – for now.
Now that the Miami Dolphins have been eliminated from the playoffs, the team must begin to transition to offseason mode