The Miami Dolphins tried out Rex Grossman, Brady Quinn and John Skelton at quarterback to fill the void left by injured quarterbacks Matt Moore and Pat Devlin.
The Miami Dolphins have their starting quarterback set in stone with Ryan Tannehill returning for his third year in the NFL.
However, the Dolphins are not completely comfortable with Matt Moore and Pat Devlin as the backups. This is mostly since neither of them are fully healthy.
The Dolphins brought in Rex Grossman, John Skelton and Brady Quinn to work out for the team. Quinn has also worked out for the New England Patriots with offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
He was last seen as the backup for the St. Louis Rams. Skelton and Grossman were not seen at all last season, but Skelton has made 17 starts for the Arizona Cardinals in his career.
Grossman, meanwhile, has not thrown a pass since 2011 with the Washington Redskins. He led the Chicago Bears to an NFC title in the 2006 season, but he has mostly fallen off the face of the NFL since.
It is unlikely that any of these players will make the roster, assuming Moore comes back healthy since he is already a proven No. 2 quarterback.