Miami Dolphins Pull the Plug on the Pat White Project Too Early

September 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Pat White experiment is officially over in Miami.
White was never given a chance to cement himself as an NFL quarterback, having failed to show any of the intangibles needed to succeed at this level.
He was undersized, overwhelmed, and inaccurate with his passing. As a result, the Dolphins considered him surplus to requirements and he was one of the casualties when Tony Sparano trimmed down Miami’s roster to 53.
Just a year after using a second-round pick on the West Virginia college standout, he has been cast into the footballing wilderness, and will hope to be given another chance after being picked up off the waivers list.
So far, no team has done this.
It is no secret that the Dolphins boast impressive depth at quarterback on their roster. Chad Henne will be the team’s starter this year, but Tyler Thigpen has made impressive strides in closing the gap on Henne, and again impressed in pre-season, while Chad Pennington is the third quarterback...

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