Miami Dolphins Quarterback
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 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.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore has returned to practice after being knocked out of Sunday’s game with a head injury.
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.
Chad Henne threw for three touchdowns and one interception in the Dolphins’ intrasquad scrimmage Sunday, making good reads and confident throws in a performance that had coach Tony Sparano praising Miami’s embattled quarterback.
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.
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.
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland says Chad Henne remains in the team’s plans as a potential starting quarterback, despite a disappointing 2010 season.