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Chad Henne's season-ending shoulder injury seemingly ended his Miami Dolphins career. With free agency looming after the 2011 season, the Dolphins are not expected to bring Henne back in 2012. Instead, they will likely draft a new quarterback next April in groom him to hopefully become the next Dan Marino.
But Henne said Monday that he would like another shot to start for the Dolphins, even if the team and fan-base may have already moved on.
"Hopefully, I get a chance to come back here," Henne told the Miami Herald.
He noted that he did not get much of a chance to show what he could do in new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll's system. "Having a new coordinator, new system, new philosophy, you want to play in that situation and show them what you've got," he said.
"Hopefully, they can see what I did in 3 ½ games," he continued. Before separating his nonthrowing shoulder on October 2 against the San Diego Chargers, Henne threw for 868 ...
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When Matt Moore joined the Miami Dolphins this offseason, many Dolphins fans were disappointed. Considering Dolphins fans were hoping the front office would bring in a bigger name, veteran QB, Matt Moore didn’t exactly get people excited. He’s not going to the Pro Bowl, so don’t get too excited. But, Matt Moore seems to be [...]
Last Sunday Matt Moore did something for the Miami Dolphins nobody since Dan Marino’s done.
Not since a young No. 13 was roaming the field, darting passes all over the place to Mark Duper and Mark Clayton, had a quarterback performed so efficiently in a victory.
Moore completed 17 of 23 passes for 244 yards and threw three touchdown passes in the Dolphins’ 31-3 victory over...
When the seven-game marathon losing streak finally ended, Karlos Dansby held the game ball high in the Miami Dolphins locker room and presented it to beleaguered coach Tony Sparano.
Hugs all around, followed by the words every NFL player wants to hear on a Sunday from their coach: Sparano gave them until Wednesday off.
Nonetheless, Sparano was back at work Monday. He says he didn...
THE 12 WORST MOVES FOR THE MIAMI DOLPHINS
1. Selecting quarterback Pat White with the 44th pick of the 2009 Draft....
Vontae Davis was back home in South Florida when the Dolphins won their first game of the season, left there for what was termed a non-injury reason.
The Kansas City Chiefs didn't have one of their memorable performances this week as they lost to the Miami Dolphins who got their first win all season.
However, Kansas City running back Dexter McCluster gets high marks for this impressive leap over a Dolphins defender:
The winless Miami Dolphins gathered in a circle around linebacker Karlos Dansby and pushed and shoved and chanted in unison before facing the Chiefs on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. "It got a little crazy," running back Reggie Bush said three hours later. "It was like a mosh pit in there.
Negatives far outweigh positives in first half of season for 1-7 Dolphins.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It didn't matter how big of a lead the Miami Dolphins built on the Kansas City Chiefs. It still wasn't enough to keep them from feeling jittery. One of two winless teams left in the NFL, the Dolphins came into Arrowhead Stadium with the cloud of two second-half collapses still hovering.