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Prior to the 2011 season, it was widely expected that the Miami Dolphins would sign a veteran quarterback to compete with Chad Henne. Dolphins fans (myself included) were surprised when the Dolphins decided that Matt Moore was their best option. A quarterback competition never really materialized in Dolphins camp, as Henne entered the season as [...]
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Three Dolphins Talking Points to get you through your Tuesday morning: 1. Chad Henne shouldn’t expect to return next year. Henne has been a good sport in his four years as a Dolphin. He’s been the target of much derision the past two years as his performance fell short of team and fan expectations, but [...]
Chad Henne's season-ending shoulder injury seemingly ended his Miami Dolphins career. With free agency looming after the 2011 season, the Dolphins are not expected to bring Henne back in 2012. Instead, they will likely draft a new quarterback next April in groom him to hopefully become the next Dan Marino.
But Henne said Monday that he would like another shot to start for the...
Jim Miller, a former NFL quarterback and current Chicago Bears television analyst, appeared late last week on a South Florida radio station and called into question Henne's toughness. Miller suggested Henne could have played through his shoulder injury and that Henne had "packed it in." Henne heard the comments and bristled at their mention on Monday. "I'll...
With his season over due to injury and his future in Miami in question, Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne went on the record to defend his toughness and reiterated his desire to stay with the Dolphins long-term.
A group of 100 South Florida kids stormed a Fort Lauderdale Publix Monday night to go on a Thanksgiving shopping spree with the Miami Dolphins.
With $100 each to spend, the underprivileged elementary students from Miami-Dade and Broward stocked up on some food for Thanksgiving at the Publix at 601 S. Andrews Avenue.
Local celebrities helped out, like injured Miami Dolphins...
The Dolphins got a cherry on the cake from their first win Sunday when quarterback Matt Moore was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week Wednesday. Moore completed 17-of-23 passes for 233 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions. His passer rating of 147.5 ranked third in franchise history, behind Jay Fiedler’s 156 rating at [...]
Last Sunday Matt Moore did something for the Miami Dolphins nobody since Dan Marino’s done.
Not since a young No. 13 was roaming the field, darting passes all over the place to Mark Duper and Mark Clayton, had a quarterback performed so efficiently in a victory.
Moore completed 17 of 23 passes for 244 yards and threw three touchdown passes in the Dolphins’ 31-3 victory over...
Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week, proving that greatness resides in all of us if you dig deep enough.
Matt Moore threw 3 TD passes Sunday; two went to Anthony Fasano and one to Brandon Marshall. What makes those plays even more startling is, each was thrown on first down. The previous 7 weeks saw a...
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Todd Haley and his staff sat through an encore viewing of the Chiefs' 31-3 loss Sunday to the previously winless Miami Dolphins, watching quarterback Matt Moore stand in the pocket and, again and again, find open receivers. It was a big game for Moore, who wasn't sacked and was rarely pressured by the Chiefs. It was the first game since Moore became the Dolphins' starter...
It took 9 weeks but in week 9 the Miami Dolphins have finally joined the NFL this season.
The Dolphins played by far and away their best game of the season dominating the Chiefs from beginning to end in every aspect of this game.
Whether it was Reggie Bush being used correctly and running up and down the field or it was Brandon Marshall proving maybe he does have some talent left...