On Monday evening, Brock Osweiler, the former Arizona State quarterback, announced on his Twitter page that he had arrived in Miami for a visit with the Dolphins.
“Just landed in Miami…excited about my visit with the Dolphins!” Osweiler tweeted.
Before heading to Miami, Osweiler worked out for a Broncos group led by John Elway and head coach John Fox, according to The Denver Post.
The NFL Network reporter and NFL.com writer calls in to the show from Denver to share his insight on the Tim Tebow situation in Denver as the Broncos ponder if the former Gator is their long-term answer at quarterback.Dolphins.com Podcast More podcasts available on Dolphins.com
The Broncos quarterback talked with the South Florida media to discuss his mindset as he prepares to make his first start of 2011 on Sunday against the Dolphins. Listen to Tebow describe the changes in his game since his time as a college QB.Dolphins.com Podcast More podcasts available on Dolphins.com
The most important position in football is quarterback. You can try and argue with me about it, but I won’t change my mind. It is all about the QB. Last week, I took a look at five quarterbacks that could be on the move in the weeks ahead: Carson Palmer, Donovan McNabb, Kevin Kolb, Marc Bulger, and Tyler Thigpen.
With the 2011 NFL Draft now in the rearview mirror, the time to look back has arrived. On Wednesday, we broke down the AFC East, checking in on the Bills, Jets, and Patriots, and seeing what kinds of players they brought in as they move forward towards next season.
1st Quarter (Games 1-4):
The Miami Dolphins 2011 schedule starts off with plenty of excitement on Monday Night Football against division rivals the New England Patriots at Sun Life Stadium! The building should be buzzing facing off against a division rival, and it should be a good indication of where this team is come opening night.