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.
The New York Jets made a splash in the offseason by acquiring the services of former University of Florida legendary quarterback Tim Tebow. But just a week into training camp, a former NFL star quarterback is saying it’s time for the Jets to cut Tebow.
After the Miami Dolphins signed quarterback David Garrard and drafted quarterback Ryan Tannehill, Fins fans have been trying to figure out who will be the starting quarterback.
Denver Broncos executive John Elway said Monday that quarterback Tim Tebow had “earned” the right to be the starting quarterback heading into training camp for the 2012 season.
The news late Tuesday afternoon of the Jacksonville Jaguars releasing starting quarterback David Garrard led Miami Dolphins fans to light up social media with pleas for the team to sign the now former Jaguar.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have shocked the NFL by telling starting quarterback David Garrard they plan to release him, according to FoxSports.com’s Jay Glazer.
Miami Hurricanes quarterback Jacory Harris was looking to have a breakout season in 2011 in his final year of eligibility and despite being ruled ineligible by the school, he expects to play in the season opener.
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.
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.
Canes interim head coach Jeff Stoutland announced Thursday that junior Jacory Harris will be the Hurricanes quarterback against the Irish.