Written by Matthew Cannata | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
Quarterback Brock Jensen was signed as an undrafted free agent shortly after the draft but was soon released in favor of Seth Lobato. Then, injuries got the best of Matt Moore and Pat Devlin last week and he was brought back. Now, he has been released again after Moore and Devlin make their way back.
However, that doesn't mean that they are fully healed and/or their roster spot is safe. That's because the Dolphins will work out Rex Grossman and several other quarterbacks today, according to Drew Rosenhaus on his WSVN-Fox segment that aired on Sunday night.
Grossman, 33, played for the Redskins the past four years but did not throw a pass in either of the past two regular seasons. He last appeared in a regular season game in 2011, when he threw 16 touchdowns and 20 interceptions and posted a 72.4 rating.
The fact that the Dolphins are working out veteran quarterbacks should raise some red flags about Moore's shoulder. While Moore doesn't think his soreness is anything serious, he did admit that he will not play in the remaining preseason games but would be ready if needed in a regular season game. Devlin has not improved as much as the Dolphins had hoped, which puts him at risk of not making the team.
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