Dolphins HC Adam Gase confirmed Wednesday that QB Matt Moore is likely to start Sunday's game vs. the Steelers. "Unless something drastically changes" with QB Ryan Tannehill's recovery, Gase added. Tannehill has resumed throwing but is still in an "early stage" of his rehab, Gase said. Perhaps he has a shot to return if the Fins advance, but it'll be Moore in Pittsburgh this weekend. The 32-year-old has fared fine so far, completing 63.2% of his passes with an 8-to-3 TD:INT ratio.
QB Matt Moore has agreed to a new deal with the Dolphins. Details of the contract are not yet available. It's surprising news because Moore was widely considered the top QB set to hit free agency -- and a potential starter elsewhere. In Miami, he'll be the clear backup behind Ryan Tannehill. Moore's decision further weakens the QB free-agent market. Names like Chase Daniel, David Garrard and Derek Anderson are now at the top of the list. For our take on those guys, check out our QB Free Agency Preview.
Dolphins QB Matt Moore (concussion) is active and will start against the Bills today. Moore is just a QB2 option, but his availability is great news for WR Brandon Marshall. The Fins will be without stud LT Jake Long (back) though.
Dolphins QB Matt Moore (concussion) practiced on both Thursday and Friday. He's listed as questionable but is fully expected to play against the Bills this weekend. Moore is only an option in 2-QB fantasy leagues, but his availability is great news for WR Brandon Marshall.
Dolphins QB Matt Moore (concussion) passed his baseline tests and practiced on Thursday. Barring a setback, he'll start against the Bills this weekend. Moore is only an option in 2-QB leagues, but his availability is excellent news for WR Brandon Marshall.