It was an interesting scene watching the entire Dolphins brass -- including general manager Dennis Hickey, head coach Joe Philbin, offensive coordinator Bill Lazor and others -- emerge from the practice bubble moments ago after conducting workouts for three quarterbacks.
The Dolphins worked out Rex Grossman, John Skelton and Brady Quinn. Sources say the team is now planning to give each player a physical before deciding which player (if any) to add to the roster.
[Update: Grossman is not likely to sign with the Dolphins, according to a source. He has another visit set up already with another team. Skelton and Quinn are still in the running.]]
[Update 2: Skelton is not likely to sign with the Dolphins, Brady Quinn remains a possibility and the team is considering "other options," according to a source.]
This much is certain: The team is not happy with the situation behind Ryan Tannehill and Matt Moore and perhaps it's too early to include Moore in that group, too.
Today, neither Pat Devlin nor Seth Lobato took any seven-on-seven or team drill snaps. This after the Dolphins cut Brock Jensen yesterday.
And so the Dolphins clearly want to see if they can improve their No. 3 QB competition.
But here's the rub: As all three players worked out today have experience starting in the NFL it is possible the team might be trying out players to increase the competition for the No. 2 QB spot. So perhaps Moore is about to get a run.
That hasn't been the case so far this year and, really, not been the case since Joe Philbin became coach in 2012. While Moore has not been able to win the starting job, Pat Devlin has offered little by way of competition to push Moore for the No. 2 job.
Perhaps the Dolphins want that competition in the form of one of the three QBs worked out today.