When Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano announced last week that Chad Pennington would start at quarterback, he did so because the offense needed a spark. In the Dolphins' 29-17 home win over the Titans, the offense got a spark, but ...
A source close to Dolphins QB Chad Pennington has told ESPN.com that the veteran will miss the rest of the season with a right shoulder injury. It could be a career-ending injury as well.
Following injuries to Chad Pennington and Chad Henne, Miami is bringing in some free agents to compete for a backup job behind likely starter Tyler Thigpen.
Both Chad Pennington and Chad Henne are likely out for the remainder of the season, according to PFW Dolphins correspondent and Sun Sentinel reporter Omar Kelly. Each quarterback was injured in Miami's 29-17 Week 10 victory vs. the Titans.
The Miami Dolphins achieved their season-high point total against Tennessee, and it only took three quarterbacks, a flea-flicker and the revival of the wildcat.
Dolphins QB Chad Pennington has left Sunday's game with a shoulder injury and his return is questionable.
Chad Henne may not be the future of the Dolphins' franchise anymore after being benched for veteran QB Chad Pennington, and possibly Tyler Thigpen.
At his Wednesday press conference, Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano announced that he is benching starting QB Chad Henne this Sunday against the Titans and that backup Chad Pennington will start in his place.
The Joe Flacco-Ray Rice connection punished the Dolphins' defense on Sunday, handing Miami its first road loss of the season.
The Dolphins' domination of the Packers in the trenches on both offense and defense Sunday is a promising sign for a team that is facing a difficult five-game stretch.
Dolphins QB Chad Henne was one of the position's top fantasy sleepers heading into 2010, and he finally has begun to show why the past few weeks.
Although Fred Jackson is starting and Marshawn Lynch has been traded away, the role of Buffalo rookie RB C.J. Spiller is still unclear, according to AFC East Whispers.
The Dolphins unleashed a potent passing game in Sunday night's loss to the Jets, but it was their once-reliable "Wildcat" that kept points off the board.
The Dolphins have instructed Chad Henne to utilize talented RBs Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams more often with check-down passes, according to AFC East Whispers.
There's much to like about Dolphins QB Chad Henne heading into the 2010 season. In fact, for fantasy football owners, he has starter potential.
Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano stopped short of giving QB Chad Henne a full endorsement as the starter for next season in his comments directly following a 2009 season that ended with a disappointing loss to the Steelers.