DAVIE, Fla. -- Chad Henne understands what it means to be the Miami Dolphins quarterback of the future.
Unfair comparisons to former Dolphins great and NFL Hall of Famer Dan Marino.
Lack of patience by fans.
Positioned front and center under the media microscope.
Henne knows the South Florida deal because he played the role right before Miami's current quarterback, rookie Ryan Tannehill.
"They gave me every opportunity," Henne said of the Dolphins Wednesday. "They drafted me there, and I appreciate that. Things sometimes don't work out and you move on. I definitely felt I had my fair share (of chances) and appreciate the opportunity down there."
Henne will have another opportunity in Miami on Sunday, when the Jacksonville Jaguars meet the Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium.
Signed in March to back up and mentor Jaguars second-year QB Blaine Gabbert, Henne became Jacksonville's starter after Gabbert was injured during an overtime loss at Houston on Nov. 18.
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