The biggest position battle at Miami Dolphins training camp continues to be the quarterback position. The unfortunate news is that none of the three quarterbacks have established themselves as a clear cut favorite, according to an article by Gregg Rosenthal.
There are no early leaders in the Miami Dolphins' quarterback race. David Garrard and Matt Moore have flip-flopped turns with the first team. Ryan Tannehill remains in the mix. No one has stood out.
Rosenthal goes on to say that while he has checked local papers in the Miami area, none of the papers have a consistent leader for the quarterback position. Head coach Joe Philbin has said that the competition as far as he's concerned is 'wide open'.
Quarterback Matt Moore took snaps with the first team on Wednesday but is still not sure where he stands when it comes to the competition.
There are going to be ups and downs. A lot of self-evaluating during practice and after practice trying to be the best you can be. I'm in the middle somewhere. I don't know; I feel good. There are definitely some things I need to work, but that's what training camp is for. We're still early on.
There is still quite a bit of time left in training camp, so there is still a lot of time for the best player to rise to the top. Dolphins' fans hope that the right quarterback will lead this team this season.
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