While the media has had an almost laser-like focus on the Chad Johnson incident, Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin also has a huge decision hanging over his head on who will be the team’s starting quarterback.
While it’s only the first depth chart of the season, the Miami Dolphins’ Monday release of its depth chart began to clear the air on the quarterback situation with the team.
The defense had the upper hand in the Miami Dolphins scrimmage Saturday morning yet rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill still managed to impress.
There’s an old adage in football circles that if you have more than one starting quarterback, you don’t have any. The Dolphins are holding an open competition at the quarterback position in training camp and while three are standing right now; one may be out of work soon.
One of the biggest questions yet to be answered for the Miami Dolphins is who will be under center for the first game of the year. As of now, head coach Joe Philbin said the job remains wide open.
Fans of the Miami Dolphins got their first look at the newest member of the team Sunday morning, as rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill made his debut at training camp.
Comments made by Miami Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore on the opening day of training camp.
Are you ready for some football? The Miami Dolphins training camp is officially underway; however, first-round draft pick Ryan Tannehill was absent when the team held its first practice Friday morning.
When Don Shula reminisces about Dan Marino’s rookie year, the Pro Football Hall of Fame coach says he needed to see only a few throws on the Miami Dolphins’ practice field to realize they had a franchise quarterback. Some 29 years later, with the Dolphins desperate for a long-term solution at the position, they have yet to declare that Ryan Tannehill can’t miss.
Rookie Matt Moore and two relievers combined on a one-hitter Friday night, helping the Tampa Bay Rays snap a three-game losing streak with an 11-0 victory over the Miami Marlins.