Draft Scout Snapshot: 211-355-59.4-2711-11-19 in '05. Attended College of the Canyons in '04, transferring from UCLA. 52-103-50.5-555-2-6 in 8 games in '03. 33-62-53.2-412-2 in 6 games in '02. Drafted in the 22nd round of the '04 MLB draft. Father Don played minor league baseball.
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11/01/12 - QB Matt Moore has a 7-7 record in games he's played for the Dolphins going back to 2011 season.
11/01/12 - QB Matt Moore (right calf) participated fully despite his injuries on Thursday.
10/31/12 - QB Matt Moore worked as the Dolphins' starter in practice Wednesday. Rookie QB Ryan Tannehill (left knee) worked on a limited basis.
Moore (right calf) participated fully Wednesday despite his injury.
10/29/12 - QB Matt Moore replaced an injured Ryan Tannehill and completed 11 of 19 passes for 131 yards and threw a touchdown pass. He has a passer rating of 96.6. The team will prepare this week as if Moore will continue as the starter due to Tannehill's knee injury.
05/21/12 - QB Matt Moore is likely to start at quarterback in the regular-season opener, owner Stephen Ross told NFL Network.
That might come as an upset to some, considering Ross voiced his support for Ryan Tannehill to be drafted in the first round.
"I don't think they're going to rush (Ryan Tannehill) into anything," Ross said. "He's going to have to win the starting job. I think Matt Moore will probably be the starter, and I wish him the best."
But Ross said he wants a franchise quarterback, and if that turns out to be Moore, so be it. Ross tempered expectations for Tannehill, drafted eighth overall in April, last weekend. He told the Palm Beach Post the Dolphins wanted Tannehill to be brought along only at the pace the rookie could handle.
While Tannehill began the offseason with a slight edge over Moore and David Garrard in terms of his grasp of the Dolphins' offense because it's very similar to the one employed at Texas A&M, where he played for current Dolphins coordinator Mike Sherman.