According to Jeff Darlington of NFL.com, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross told NFL.com and the NFL Network that he expects Matt Moore to be the starting quarterback when the season begins.
“I don’t think they’re going to rush (Ryan Tannehill) into anything,” Ross said. “He’s going to have to win the starting job. I think Matt Moore will probably be the starter, and I wish him the best.”
Ross was asked when he expects Tannehill to take over as the starter.
“Whenever (Tannehill) is ready,” Ross said. “And if Matt Moore develops, so be it. We want a franchise quarterback.”
If Moore ends up being the starter, David Garrard may not see the field in 2012, unless Moore get’s injured and Tannehill’s not ready to step in.Follow PFZ on Twitter @ProFootballZone