There are reports going around Dolphins nation that Chad Henne might be out for the season after hearing that he might require surgery for his shoulder.Things certainly have not gone as planned down in South Florida and now you can add Chad Henne’s injury to the list.
Whether it’s the entire season or just a long period of time, it certainly seems like Henne will be out a decent amount of time.
For those of you on the #SuckForLuck bus this is potentially very solid news for you as surely you can’t think that Matt Moore is going to rise this Dolphins team from the dead. Matt Moore also already led one team to the first overall pick before.
With this new injury to Henne, apparently the Dolphins are already searching for a vet QB to come in and maybe change things up. Apparently the Dolphins pursued Jake Delhomme who had no interest in joining Miami, as well as David Garrard who wasn’t interested due to the money he was offered.
ESPN's Adam Schefter says David Garrard was ready to sign with the Dolphins for $1 million. But MIA wouldn't budge off the vet's minimum.
A lot of people are speculating the Dolphins might revisit the Garrard option if Henne is out for the season.
I am pleading the Dolphins organization please do not sign another stop gap QB. Quick fixes have got Miami nowhere. We have been looking for a QB for 12 years; this year needs to be played out. An older veteran is not the solution.