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Draft Scout Matt Moore News
03/16/16 - QB Matt Moore, who became an unrestricted free agent with the Dolphins March 9, agreed to terms with the Dolphins Tuesday (March 15).
11/04/15 - QB Matt Moore (broken nose), who missed Monday's practice, returned on Wednesday. Moore sustained a broken nose about two weeks ago when WR Kenny Stills accidentally stuck his elbow through Moore's facemask on a fake handoff. Moore had surgery Friday.
Asked if such a thing has ever happened to him before, Moore replied: "No. Has it happened to anybody before? Probably not. It was kind of a one in a million deal. But that's all it was."
09/01/15 - QB Matt Moore continues to struggle in the backup role. He took a hard sack against Atlanta (not his fault) and was 5-for-10 passing for 68 yards, no touchdowns and one interception. For the preseason he's 15-for-30 passing for 50 yards, one TD and two interceptions.
03/20/15 - QB Matt Moore signed a one-year contract and returned to the Dolphins Friday (March 20). Moore, 30, has been Ryan Tannehill's backup ever since the Dolphins drafted Tannehill in the first round in 2012.
He last saw significant action in 2011, when he completed 60.5 percent of his passes for 2,497 yards, 16 touchdowns and nine interceptions in his first year in Miami. He spent his first four seasons with the Carolina Panthers.
03/04/15 - QB Matt Moore hasn't had an opportunity to show what he can do in the last three seasons because starter Ryan Tannehill has made all 48 starts. Moore counted $5.5 million on the cap last year and the Dolphins probably would welcome him back at a much lower number. If Moore doesn't want to move his family and/or compete for a starting job, perhaps he will return. He's a stable backup. There's always the chance the Dolphins want a younger backup, but they'd have to have someone they would trust to handle a veteran offense.