With the Dolphins still trying to find their answer at quarterback, they could possibly turn to Brett Favre as an option if he decides to come back for another go-round.
So far in camp Chad Henne has drawn boos, and admitted today that they do get to him somewhat, and Matt Moore has yet to practice. So that leaves the team still in limbo on who will be their future starter. Even though head coach Tony Sparano stated in his press conference today that Henne was the starter “right now”, he also said that he “couldn’t rule anything out”, when asked about th possibility of bringing in Favre.
“I can’t rule anything out. OK? So, I mean, we don’t rule anything out,” Sparano said. “I don’t know how you want me to answer that. That’ll be all over the news now too, but I’m giving you the only answer I can give you.”
After more than a decade of bringing in stopgaps to run this team, the Dolphins need to finally settle their Qb chase. If Henne can’t perform up to snuff this year, and Matt Moore doesn’t push him in camp, the Dolphins will not only be looking for a new franchise Qb, but a new regime as well. This season is riding on our quarterback play.