Our own Jeff Darlington believes Weeden can become a franchise QB. What do you think?
Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories from around the web you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
Dolphins Running Backs:
Reports: CFL star Jerome Messam has signed with Dolphins | The Daily Dolphin
General Manager Jeff Ireland has reportedly added depth to his running back corps, signing former CFL star Jerome Messam to a multi-year contract.
Dolphins Offensive Line:
Would RT make sense for Dolphins? - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN
I am almost always against taking a right tackle in the top 10. But the more I think about it, the more I am starting to make an exception for the Miami Dolphins.
Analyzing the Miami Dolphins' salary-cap figures: GM Jeff Ireland might need to find more room to maneuver
General Manager Jeff Ireland has the salary-cap room this off-season to pursue the kind of quarterback - perhaps Peyton Manning or Matt Flynn - coveted by owner Stephen Ross and Dolphins fans.
Dolphins Former Drafts:
How have the Miami Dolphins really drafted? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
It is universally known that it takes at least three years to Properly evaluate a draft class.
NFL 2012 Offseason:
Report: Manning had fourth neck surgery, may need more - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning underwent a fourth procedure on his neck in the past two years that until now has been unreported, according to a report by SI.com.
NFL 2012 Draft:
Dave Hyde | Sun Sentinel blogs | Draft Winds 2012: Kicking off with offensive prospects (READ THIS!)
Back by popular demand for an annual run-up to the draft, Draft Winds will give a Dolphin-centric view of the upcoming NFL draft through the analytic minds and detailed writing of Universal Draft experts Simon Clancy, Chris Kouffman and Richard Lines.
Expert vs. expert: Tannehill's talent, inexperience spark debate - NFL, NFLDRAFT - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com
Ryan Tannehill looks and throws like an NFL quarterback. Does that make him a first-round lock? Rob Rang sees a gamble he wouldn't be willing to take. Dane Brugler says Tannehill's potential is too much to pass up.
Tannehill out of walking boot, looks towards March pro day | ProFootballTalk
Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill will be at next week’s Combine, but he won’t participate in on-field drills because he’s recovering from foot surgery.
NFL.com news: Despite age, Weeden has the tools to be a franchise NFL QB
Brandon Weeden knows he can't hide from his birth certificate, but as Jeff Darlington sees it, one NFL team will be happy it didn't pass on the 28-year-old Oklahoma State standout come April's draft.