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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.
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The Miami Dolphins are goddamn train wreck. It was bad enough they went into the season with Chad Henne as their starter, but now they’re 0-4, Henne is out for the season, Matt Moore is their starter and Sage Rosenfels is their back up. It’s so bad that even Trent Edwards won’t even go near this toxic team, which is painfully apparent from the phone conversation Miami had...
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A person familiar with Chad Henne's status says the Miami Dolphins quarterback has decided to have season-ending shoulder surgery and will be placed on injured reserve Thursday.
The person confirmed the situation to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the Dolphins had not commented on Henne's status.
Henne separated his left shoulder in the first quarter...
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Yes, Dolphins fans, THAT Sage Rosenfels. Hours after releasing news that their starting QB, Chad Henne, would be out for the rest of the 2011 season, the Miami Dolphins signed Sage Rosenfels to a 1 year contract. The Dolphins finally concluded their QB search, after trying out 326 different quarterbacks this week. They have reportedly [...]
With QB Chad Henne now out for the season after undergoing surgery on his non-throwing shoulder, the Miami Dolphins have agreed to terms with a veteran quarterback this afternoon who will eventually take his place in the Dolphins lineup. No, not David Garrard, veteran journeyman, Sage Rosenfels.
Rosenfels returns to the team which employed him from 2002-2005 before he...
The Dolphins began the season with question marks surrounding the quarterback position, and that spot has become shakier than ever. With Chad Henne lost to a left shoulder injury that required season-ending surgery, Matt Moore is now the team's starter. Behind him: Sage Rosenfels, the veteran journeyman who hasn't thrown an NFL pass since 2008.
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