You may remember fans calling on the Miami Dolphins to draft quarterback Brady Quinn with the ninth overall pick back in 2007...well, they may say better late than never.
The team has just picked up Quinn, who was doing television analyst work after attempting to play for several teams in the NFL over the years.
Quinn wound up drafted by the Cleveland Browns, but never amounted to the hype under which he was selected.
There are reports that Quinn may compete for the backup role to Ryan Tannehill, though others think he may just be around for the pre-season, due to injury to other quarterbacks on the roster.
Longtime 3rd stringer Pat Devlin was released shortly after the Fins picked up Quinn, so it's possible he will play in that role.
PRESEASON WEEK 1 WRAP-UP
By the way, what were your thoughts watching Miami for the first time this preseason? Yes, they lost the game Friday to the Atlanta Falcons, but who cares? It's preseason and the wins and losses don't count. What counts, in my opinion, is this:
Ryan Tannehill and the first team offense, without the two leading wide receivers (Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline) led the team down the field on their first and only possession, scoring a touchdown.
Tannehill was 6 for 6 on his completions, averaging around 10 yards per play.
Not bad, if you ask me, but again, it's only preseason.
On defense? Tacklers better learn how to tackle.
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