MATT MOORE RUMORS & GOSSIP
Fresh off their best offseason in recent memory, the Miami Dolphins look to make the transition from overachievers in 2012 to contenders in 2013.
Matt Moore elected to remain
a Dolphin this offseason.
(Photo: Kevin M. Coleman)
The Dolphins have certainly bolstered the roster with the additions of wide receivers Mike Wallace and Brandon Gibson and linebackers Philip Wheeler...
Quarterback Matt Moore has signed a two-year contract to remain with the Miami Dolphins as a backup rather than testing free agency next week and pursuing a possible starting job.
Moore was beaten out for Miami's No. 1 job last summer by rookie Ryan Tannehill and played in only two games off the bench. The five-year veteran started 12 games for the Dolphins in 2011 and had his...
The Miami Dolphins have re-signed quarterback Matt Moore to a 2-year, 8 million contract according to multiple reports.
Moore, 28, chose to remain with the Dolphins as a backup rather than test the free-agent market, where he would have been one of the more coveted quarterbacks available and perhaps had the chance to compete for a starting job with another team.
In Miami, there will...
According to Jeff Darlington of the NFL Network, the Miami Dolphins have re-signed back up quarterback Matt Moore to an extension.
Dolphins get another one done: QB Matt Moore is sticking around. He has signed a deal to stay with Miami as Tannehill’s backup, source says.
— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) March 8, 2013
Its interesting that Moore decided to stick around. He’s...
With just under three weeks until the start of the NFL Free Agency period, rumors are now going to start circulating regarding various players and where they might land next season. One Miami Dolphins player starting to draw some interest in QB Matt Moore. Could he land with the New York Jets or Minnesota Vikings next year?
Ben Volin of The Palm Beach Post speculates that Moore could...
With the October 30 NFL trade deadline approaching, all 32 General Managers in the league will be searching for ways to improve their teams. After seven weeks of football, it is eveident as to where each team stands, whether they are in a contending or rebuilding year and what needs each squad is looking to fill. At a record of 3-3, the Miami Dolphins are neither looking to trade...
According to Ben Volin of The Palm Beach Post, the Miami Dolphins are taking calls from teams around the league are that are inquiring about possibly trading for quarterback Matt Moore.
The #Dolphins have received calls about Matt Moore, but I don’t know if they’re leading to any sort of trade right now
— Ben Volin (@BenVolinPBP) August 31, 2012
With Dolphins holing...
When Matt Moore took over the Miami Dolphins last season, nobody expected him to play well but he played well enough to take the Dolphins to a 6-10 record and the eighth overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Many draft experts expect to see Ryan Tannehill hold up the Dolphins jersey on Thursday night
How good is Matt Moore as a starting quarterback in the NFL?
Matt Moore's play has him ranked as one of the top performing Dolphin quarterbacks.
I have absolutely no clue because we haven’t seen him rally the Miami Dolphins back from deficit, or win a close game in the fourth quarter.
When put in position to do so Moore has dropped the ball a few times this season, which is...
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