The Miami Dolphins released quarterback Brock Jensen last week. According to a source, the team is bringing back the North Dakota State quarterback for a second stint with the club. The signing was first reported by Acme Packing Company's Jason Hirschhorn.
With a shoulder injury to Matt Moore, which is sidelining the Miami backup quarterback for "several" practices, the team could be simply adding another passer to get through the upcoming preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons. That contest kicks off Friday night, which would allow Moore over a week to rest his throwing shoulder.
There is also some speculation that Pat Devlin, who appeared to be limping after the team's scrimmage today at Sun Life Stadium, could have a minor injury, which could make the re-signing of Jensen even more of an imperative.
Along with Moore and Devlin, the Dolphins currently have starter Ryan Tannehill and fourth stringer Seth Lobato on the roster. The club would have to release a player to fit Jensen under the 90-man roster limit, but no name has been disclosed as of yet.
The Dolphins have tomorrow off before getting back to training camp workouts on Monday.