Tim Tebow was sent to the New York Jets in the offseason in a much-ballyhooed trade and was the obsessive focus of ESPN during training camp. Since then, Tebow has fallen off the radar and may have lost the luster he once had as the ultimate team first player.
Kyle Orton has gone from being the potential franchise savior in Denver to becoming a free agent in the span of just ten weeks in the NFL.
Before the start of the NFL season, fans in Miami were clamoring for the team to trade for Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton. The Fins resisted the urge and for once, general manager Jeff Ireland may have been right.
Lost amidst the hubbub surrounding Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton has been the saga of backup quarterback, and UF legend, Tim Tebow. He’s taking shots from people around the NFL, but he has a well-known defender from South Florida.
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.
Throughout Wednesday, it appeared that it was only a matter of time before Kyle Orton joined the Miami Dolphins as the team’s new starting quarterback. But as the hours continued to pass into Thursday morning the deal stalled.
It’s beginning to look like it’s going to be just a matter of time until the Miami Dolphins acquire Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton.
As more and more quarterbacks continue to sign with other teams, the Dolphins remain one of the teams possibly in pursuit of Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton. The question for the Dolphins is, why?
The available quarterbacks for the Miami Dolphins to sign continues to dwindle through the first 24 hours of teams being able to negotiate with players.
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.