http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/story/1...o-build-aroundThe team will also have to figure out what to do with its backup quarterback situation. Garrard should be back in a few weeks, as expected, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. Moore, who has looked solid for spells with Carolina and the Dolphins, would have more trade value of the two (Arizona could be a candidate in that instance, other general managers have suggested to me).
So it seems to make more sense to keep Garrard, given the youth of the starter, and see what Moore could fetch. The reality is the next few years belong solely to Tannehill now. After striking out on big-name coaches and big-name quarterbacks, Miami will try to develop them both the old fashion way. It could mean more days of empty stadiums and unsightly football ahead, in the near term, but at least now there is a reason to believe that might be changing over time.