Former Florida Gators Heisman winning quarterback Tim Tebow’s professional career may be over after he was released following an unsuccessful season with the New York Jets.
The Miami Dolphins wasted little time inking its second free agent of the day Friday, re-signing backup quarterback Matt Moore to a new contract, according to NFL.com’s Jeff Darlington.
The last time Pat White was seen near an athletic field in South Florida, his career with the Miami Dolphins was going up in flames. But the Miami Marlins, desperate for talent and good publicity, may take a chance on the failed football player.
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson has watched as his team became the laughing stock of the NFL this season, but even he is now claiming one of the biggest problems with the team in 2012 was not his decision.
The Miami Dolphins may not be completely sold on Ryan Tannehill as a franchise quarterback, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald, but Tannehill is playing some of his best football at the end of his rookie season.
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o and Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein are the finalists for the Heisman Trophy.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill was on the practice field Wednesday morning, albeit in a limited basis. Tannehill has been nursing a knee injury since the first quarter of last Sunday’s blowout victory over the New York Jets.
New York Jets fans have had enough of quarterback Mark Sanchez and it may finally be Tebow time in the Big Apple.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has been anything but good this season. But his numbers are raising some eyebrows Monday, even though it’s just in fun at the coincidence of all of them coming together with the presence of Tim Tebow on the bench.
The record may not show it, but the Miami Dolphins have improved each week on both sides of the ball and look like they may have a legitimate starting quarterback in Ryan Tannehill.