Or Jim Harbaugh. Or Jeff Fisher.
Anyway, the former Arizona State quarterback declared on his Twitter page that he has arrived in Miami (via NFL.com).
Osweiler’s status has sparked some recent NFL.com-on-NFL.com crime, with Gil Brandt putting Osweiler in round one and Charley Casserly and Michael Lombardi putting Osweiler much lower.
The Dolphins surely wouldn’t use the eighth overall pick on Osweiler. Given that the team has devoted five second-round picks in the past decade to quarterbacks, it wouldn’t be a surprise if the Fins take a flier on the six-foot, eight-inch football-thrower in round two.