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Quarterback David Garrard would love a chance to be Ryan Tannehill’s backup, reports The Miami Herald. “I would love to be back in Miami. I love the coaching staff; I love Ryan,” Garrard said. “Getting back in the league is what I want. I want to be able to go out in my career playing at a high level. I don’t want some freakish injuries to decide my career.” Unfortunately, it doesn't look like the feeling is mutual, and Garrard, who recently worked out for the New York Jets, is a man with an uncertain future for 2013. “Getting back in the league is what I want. I want to be able to go out in my career playing at a high level. I don’t want some freakish injuries to decide my career,” he added. Garrard was out all of 2011 with a back injury, and then as bad luck would have it, before Miami's preseason opener last August, his knee swelled up so much that he needed arthroscopic surgery. var switchTo5x=true; stLight.options({publisher:''});
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