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Quarterback David Garrard's agent Al Irby indicates doctors have cleared quarterback David Garrard to work out for NFL teams, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Irby said Garrard has received a few calls to work out since the season began but had to turn them all down. As of Tuesday, however, Garrard will accept opportunities to work out in the right situation, Irby said.
Garrard, 34, had arthroscopic knee surgery in August and was released by the Dolphins in September. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
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Mired in relative obscurity in recent weeks, veteran QB David Garrard is now making some noise about joining a NFL team due to the rash of recent injuries to signal callers. Garrard was a member of the Miami Dolphins in the pre-season but a knee injury precipitated his release as the team named rookie QB Ryan Tannehill the starter and Matt Moore as the team’s quarterback tandem...
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