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The Miami Dolphins are 0-4 this season. Chad Henne is hurt, Reggie Bush has not been the “factor-back” he was supposed to be, and their defense has been unable to get off the field on third down, ranking 24th in the league on third down efficiency. As the Dolphins’ season… read more.
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A trio of Dolphins talking points heading into Wednesday’s practice, the second one of the week for the Dolphins, who are on their bye: 1. Chad Henne’s injury has the Dolphins’ quarterback carousel spinning. Tony Sparano didn’t want to reveal anything about Henne’s shoulder injury yesterday, but we know that Henne suffered a left shoulder [...]
During their bye week, the Miami Dolphins will be practicing today, tomorrow, and Thursday before taking the weekend off. The Dolphins resume practice next Tuesday, as they begin to make adjustments to dig themselves out of the current 0-4 hole they find themselves in. As practice resumes today, we learned that Chad Henne is not [...]
When the Miami Dolphins come to town on October 17 to face the New York Jets, they may have a new quarterback.Jeff Darlington of NFL.com is reporting that the Dolphins believe Chad Henne separated his non-throwing shoulder in last week’s loss. … [visit site to read more]Dolphins Henne may have separated shoulder - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Blog
Dolphins QB Chad Henne left Sunday's game against the Chargers with an injured left (non-throwing) shoulder. His return is questionable. Matt Moore entered the game for Miami and completed a 31-yard pass on his first play. The Dolphins scored a touchdown on a Lex Hilliard run a few plays later. The Dolphins do not have a third quarterback active. Source: Pro Football Weekly...
Reggie Bush hit an L.A. hotspot last night ... partying like he just won the Super Bowl -- problem is, his winless Miami Dolphins JUST had their asses handed to them by the San Diego Chargers . Bush was spotted at XIV in Hollywood around 10PM last night…
The San Diego Chargers are 3-1 for the first
time in five seasons under coach Norv Turner after a 26-16 victory over the Miami Dolphins, who lost quarterback Chad Henne to an injury.
Wednesday traditionally is the day when the Dolphins' starting quarterback addresses the media, and it was Matt Moore who did the honors this week even though the team still hasn't made any announcement about Chad Henne's status.