Chad Pennington in his last season (2007) with the Jets. [Getty Images]
Today, June 26, is the 37th birthday of former Jets’ QB Chad Pennington.
To celebrate, let’s take a look back at his career.
Pennington was selected by the Jets with the eighteenth overall pick in the 2000 NFL Draft following a solid five-year collegiate career at Marshall University. Pennington...
The Miami Dolphins hope their young quarterback, Ryan Tannehill, can improve enough this season to lead them to the playoffs.To help with that, the team enlisted the help of the last quarterback to lead Miami to the playoffs in Chad Pennington. Pennington joined his former team as a "guest coach" for this week of organized team activities, according to the South Florida...
It looks like the New York Jets are serious about making this Wildcat offense a working reality. The day after the team held a top secret practice to work on the offensive scheme, they brought in Chad Pennington to help bolster the belief that the Tim Tebow formation can work.
If anyone can bridge the gap between the Jets and the Wildcat— it's Pennington.
The former Jets...
Chad Pennington thinks the New York Jets, Tim Tebow and the wildcat are a perfect fit.
The former NFL quarterback would certainly know. He was part of the tricky offensive scheme in Miami, when he played with the Dolphins under current Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano.
''If the wildcat allows you to win and be more successful,'' Pennington said Tuesday, ...
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August 14, 2012
We spoke to Chad Pennington a couple of days ago at the TEST Football Academy workouts with draft-eligible players at FAU and wrote about how he’s very close to a decision on retirement and feels the Dolphins’ quarterback situation is headed in the right direction as long as Matt Moore remains in the picture. We [...]
Each week, Chad Pennington breaks down a dynamic NFL playmaker or scheme, devises a game plan and discusses a strategy for success. This week, Pennington looks into how Matthew Stafford and the Lions offense will attack an aggressive Raiders defense in Oakland.
By all appearances, this should be a good week for the Detroit Lions to face the Oakland Raiders on the road. Ndamukong...
Two meaty Miami Dolphins Talking Points to jumpstart your Wednesday: 1. Dolphins need to find a way to keep Mike Nolan. Even though general manager Jeff Ireland is still here and Stephen Ross hopes that next season won’t be a rebuilding year, many changes are inevitably coming to the Dolphins. A new head coach will [...]
Each week, Chad Pennington breaks down a dynamic NFL playmaker or scheme, devises a game plan and discusses a strategy for success. This week, Pennington examines how quarterback Caleb Hanie and the Chicago Bears can deal with the vaunted Denver defense.
In the NFL, more games are lost than won. Typically, a bad decision, costly turnover or mental mistake decides the outcome -...
Each week, Chad Pennington breaks down a dynamic NFL playmaker or scheme, devises a game plan and discusses a strategy for success. This week, Pennington looks at what QB Tony Romo must do to keep the Dallas Cowboys rolling and the Washington Redskins reeling.
Contrary to popular belief, the majority of NFL games are lost rather than won.
In most cases, each team has enough talent...
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A trio of Dolphins talking points heading into Wednesday’s practice, the Dolphins’ first of the week as they prepare to face the Giants on Sunday: 1. Chad Pennington didn’t appreciate Stephen Ross’ actions on Sunday. Pennington has been a terrific ambassador of the Dolphins’ organization since coming to Miami in 2008 — even this year, [...]