Miami Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne has a strong arm and is excited about the team's plans to take shots down the field.
"We're going to take chances down the field -- no doubt about it," said Henne. "That's one of the things we implemented this offseason. We're definitely going to try to get some big plays."
Henne also said having a guy like Brandon Marshall will not only stretch defenses, but will free things up for Davone Bess, Brian Hartline
and Greg Camarillo.
"We did need that big-time receiver," Henne said. "But [the other receivers] are all excited that Brandon is here because we could get double-coverage on Brandon and single-coverage on the other guys. So they're excited for the opportunity to get some more balls thrown their way.
"Brandon Marshall has been working real hard. He's taking all the young guys under his wing and studying with them and teaching them how to run the routes, how to beat man coverage, how to get off the line of scrimmage. He's been tremendous."
Chad Henne possesses all the tools to be a big time QB in the NFL. At 6-3/230, he threw for over 2800 yards and 12 TDs in 2009. However, he must lower his INT ratio (14 in 2009). The acquisition of WR Brandon Marshall has many fantasy GMs believing that "Santa Claus is REAL" and this season will pay dividends!