Posted by Josh Alper on July 29, 2012, 4:16 PM EDT
The feeling around Dolphins camp was thatDavid Garrard and Matt Moore were battling for the starting quarterback job even before rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehillmissed two days of training camp because he hadn’t signed his contract.
The fact that he missed those two days only solidified that belief for many observers. Tannehill’s got his contract now, though, and he made his training camp debut with Miami on Sunday. Tannehill wasn’t permitted to be in full pads with the rest of his teammates — the CBA mandates players must be signed for three days — but offensive coordinator Mike Sherman said after the practice that he thought Tannehill threw the ball well.