Dolphins QB, Chad Henne is now officially out for the season. Henne’s separated shoulder will require surgery to return to health. Matt Moore (the only other QB on the roster) will take on starting job while team looks for veteran options at back-up. The team worked-out former Jaguars QB, David Garrard, and just signed recently released Giants back-up Sage Rosenfels. Rookie Pat Delvin was the only player in the organization with experience at the position and he is the practice squad QB. Since Dan Marino‘s 1999 final season, Moore will become the 16th QB to start for the Dolphins. Yes, that = 1.5 per year! With the unfortunate news of Henne going down, the Phins now becomes the leading contender in the Andrew Luck Sweepstakes

Twitter Talk has Jason Babin going off on the puppet who makes player discipline decisions (?). After getting fined for his hit on 49ers QB Alex Smith, Babin took to Twitter to say, “Attn:Guy at the NFL that decides on who and how much players get fined Stop being a puppet, if you want to protect QB’s, get better linemen.” Perhaps his fingers would be used for anything better than Twitter.

In our final look at the Hank Williams debacle, ESPN has determined it’s best to stand down wind from Hank and All his Rowdy Friends.

After exercising his right to free speech by saying: that President Obama playing golf at home with House Speaker Boehner was akin to Hitler playing golf with the leader of the Jewish nation, ESPN exercised it’s right to common sense and cut Williams and his 20 year run with Monday Night Football. Williams wants it made clear that he quit and was not fired. After twice appologizing (kind of) he wrote on his website, “By pulling my opening Oct 3rd, You (ESPN) stepped on the Toes of The 1st Amendment Freedom of Speech, so therefore Me, My Song, and All My Rowdy Friends are OUT OF HERE. It’s been a great run.” The guys think he got pretty good bang-for-buck from his strange comments and doesn’t think he understand free-speach. It’s the opposite of a limitation on free speech when people repeat your words for a week.