Over the past few weeks, indications have emerged that the Dolphins aren't thrilled with the performance of quarterback Chad Henne. Last month, Vic Carucci of NFL.com characterized former V.P. of football operations and current high-level consultant Bill Parcells as "very disappointed" with the 2008 second-round pick.
In garbage time on Monday night against the Patriots, Henne was yanked for Tyler Thigpen.
On Tuesday morning's SportsCenter, ESPN's Chris Mortensen acknowledged that the team is concerned about Henne. Mort also suggested that Chad Pennington could eventually replace Henne.
But the 34-year-old Pennginton isn't and would be the future. Mort says that there's talk that Pennington would "bridge the gap" to Tyler Thigpen.