I feared this as a DOLFAN. I feared the same thing about Trent Green a couple of years ago.
The "NEW CHAD" will finally get a shot to show what he can do. I can't wait to see us throw the ball more than 20-25 yds and get it deep to Teddy Ginn! All the other teams are starting their young QBs, why not us?
As for Pennington: Thanks for the wisdom and knowledge that you gave and will continue to give to Henne. I can't wait to see what this kid can do. I hope he has low turnovers like Penny!
Pennington's career may not be over after all... according to "The REAL Feed":
Sources: No rotator cuff damage for Pennington ESPN: NFL (04.10.2009 10:58) Even though Chad Pennington's season is over for the Miami Dolphins, surgery revealed that his shoulder repair Friday was encouraging enough that he could resume his career in 2010 if he has the desire, according to scources.
Role-player Cobbs done for the year... according to "The REAL Feed":
Torn ACL sidelines Dolphins backup RB Cobbs for the season NFL.com (13.10.2009 16:39) The Miami Dolphins lost an important contributor to their Wildcat package. Backup running back Patrick Cobbs will miss the rest of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, coach Tony Sparano said Tuesday.
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Status of Ginn as starter in question... From "The REAL Feed":
Dolphins coach Sparano mum about Ginn's status as a starter NFL.com (28.10.2009 20:11) Miami Dolphins wide receiver Ted Ginn has yet to speak to the media since his poor performance Sunday in a loss to the New Orleans Saints. And he didn't line up with the first team during the portion of Wednesday's practice open to the media, raising speculation about a lineup change.
RB Brown likely not playing this Thursday... according to "The REAL Feed":
Foot injury likely to sideline Dolphins' Brown vs. Panthers NFL.com (16.11.2009 19:07) Ronnie Brown remains on crutches 24 hours after hurtinghis right foot. The Miami Dolphins' running back was hurt Sunday during his team's 25-23 win over Tampa Bay. He's unlikely to play Thursday at Charlotte, and he could besidelined much longer.
Brown DONE for the season. Williams back as the full-time tailback... Who'd a thunk a few years ago when he left the team and retired to smoke weed in south-east Asia this would happen? Never say, "NEVER!" From "The REAL Feed":
Brown lost for season with bad foot; Williams now Dolphins' top RB NFL.com (18.11.2009 21:20) Ronnie Brown's season has ended with an injury -- again. The Miami Dolphins placed the Pro Bowl running back on season-ending injured reserve Wednesday because of a right foot injury suffered during last weekend's victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.