Quarterback Trent Edwards turned down an offer from the Miami Dolphins after a workout earlier this week, Yahoo! Sports reported Friday.
Edwards worked out Tuesday for the winless Dolphins, who have lost quarterback Chad Henne for the season due to a separated shoulder. The team made him an offer, but he refused.
Edwards has thrown for 6,019 yards, 26 TDs and 30 interceptions in parts of four seasons with Buffalo and Jacksonville. He was part of a whirlwind process this week in which the Dolphins also worked out Brodie Croyle and reached out to David Garrard and Jake Delhomme.
On Thursday, the Dolphins signed journeyman Sage Rosenfels to back up Matt Moore, who replaces Henne as the starter in this week's Monday night road game vs. the New York Jets.