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Debate the idea of keeping four quarterbacks

Tony Sparano says the Dolphins are considering keeping four quarterbacks this year. No, seriously, that is what he is saying.

He's the coach and the final authority on the matter -- after Bill Parcells and Jeff Ireland, of course.

But on this blog, I get a say. And I say in this column that it is a pretty bad idea considering a few days ago the Miami brain trust was wondering whether either Josh McCown or John Beck deserved to be on the team at all.

Anyway, the Dolphins and I are not the only ones that get a say. You have an opinion ... so come with it.

Should the Dolphins seriously consider keeping four quarterbacks? Or does that just make no sense? Or is it a motivational tool? Or what?

Come strong.

By the way, Chad Pennington is expected to play Saturday against Jacksonville.


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Josh Mcknown is a waste of space. He has tried to make it on 5-6 teams and hasn't been able to break through. I'm sure they love his attitude, but so what he can't play at this level. Maya Angelou also has a great attitude, does she deserve playing time? He should be unloaded - preferably traded (for anything) - and move forward. John Beck will get better and so will Henne and with Pennington as a mentor one of the two rooks will emerge as our starter of the future.

I think the Dolphins are posturing and are going to try and trade McCown or Beck.

I hope they get rid of McCown. His experience doesn't make up for his lack of ability.

Go with the upside and keep:

Stater - C. Pennington
B/U - Henne
3rd QB - Beck

I know it's risky (depth has no experience), but the Fins should go that route.

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