The Dolphins might avoid the pesky quarterback cut question altogether.
According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, the Dolphins are keeping all four they have at the moment.
Ryan Tannehill is the starter, and if they wanted to keep Pat Devlin as a third, that would mean one spot for either David Garrard or Matt Moore.
Most likely, the Dolphins are hanging on to try to trade one of the veterans.
Of the two, Moore has more value to others, since he’s healthy and ready to hold a clipboard on Sept. 9 if need be.
Keeping Garrard would mean guaranteeing $2.25 million for a guy who couldn’t get through camp without knee surgery. He was out front in the competition at the time of his injury, so it’s clear they’d be comfortable with him mentoring Tannehill.
A team looking for a low-maintenance backup would do well with Moore, who has performed well as a relief pitcher with the Panthers and Dolphins.