Normally I would say we can ignore random back-up quarterbacks signing with random teams, but this is no ordinary offseason. Since we are still trying to figure out the San Francisco 49ers quarterback situation, we'll keep an eye on all the quarterbacks out there. And so, Ian Rapoport is reporting quarterback Matt Moore has re-signed with the Miami Dolphins, inking a two-year deal worth $3.5 million.
The Cleveland Browns, New York Jets, and Denver Broncos are all in the market for a starting quarterback. Mark Sanchez is now a member of the Broncos, but nobody who understands a little about football thinks he has a serious shot of starting with the Browns.
There will be plenty of work in the draft, but in the meantime, we continue through free agency. For those wondering, here are the remaining quarterbacks on the market. It's an ugly market. Add in Colin Kaepernick as a trade candidate, and there just isn't a whole lot of much.
Robert Griffin III
Case Keenum (RFA: Rams placed first-round tender on him)
Matt McGloin (RFA: Raiders placed second-round tender on him)