Heading into training camp, uncertainty at quarterback remains, though it may be, according to ESPN’s James Walker, the deepest group in the league.
Walker, looking for an AFC East position group that could “exceed preseason expectations,” thinks the Dolphins quarterbacks have a chance to surprise in 2012.
For the past decade, Tom Brady’s superb play has consistently ended the “Who’s the AFC East’s best quarterback?” argument before it could ever gain any traction.
He’s been, unequivocally, the best. Brady’s not getting any younger, however, and we may not be very far away from a time where another quarterback grabs the torch.
That’s why Ryan Tannehill could be entering the division’s quarterback landscape at an opportune time.
If the Dolphins are interested in selecting Tannehill, they will need to try to gauge how other teams feel about him. Would the Browns, who own the fourth pick, take him?
We do the work of finding all of the stories about the Fins from around the web and all you have to do is click them. Here is what is being said about the Dolphins today:
From the Fins:
- Dolphins owner Steve Ross joins The Finsiders to talk about his vision for the team
- The Finsiders talk to Dolphins CEO Mike Dee about Joe Philbin and an upcoming opportunity for Dolphins fans to talk to Steve Ross
- Dolphins.com’s Andy Kent sees Steve Ross’ passion to restore a winning tradition in South Florida
- Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero thinks the Dolphins are starting to do a better job managing and communicating expectations
- Sun-Sentinel’s Mike Berardino wonders whether Steve Ross’ passion will be enough to win in Miami
- ESPN’s James Walker recaps Steve Ross’ press conference at the owners meetings, including his defense of Jeff Ireland