The Dolphins are working quickly to keep the pieces they want before the market opens, and apparently just did another bit of good business.
That gives the Dolphins a better-than-solid option behind starter Ryan Tannehill, as Moore has piloted the team through rough stretches before being replaced by the first-round draft pick. And it almost suggests that someone might have communicated to him that there wasn’t a starting job out there for him, though tampering doesn’t start until midnight which would make that illegal.
UPDATE 10:31 a.m. ET: Darlington updated his report, saying it’s a two-year deal worth $8 million. That’s premium backup money.