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Lamar Miller, RB, Dolphins: Miller was the darling of pre-draft hype, as many draft enthusiasts saw Miller going as high as the first round. It didn't work out that way, and Miller end up in Miami behind Reggie Bush and Danny Thomas. But considering Bush's injury history, and Thomas' lackluster performance in 2011, Miller could get a chance.
Matt Flynn, QB, Seahawks: There's always a risk when backups become starters. But the Packers have a great record of producing starting quarterbacks from their backup spot. Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers, Kurt Warner, Mark Brunnell and Matt Hasselbeck are just a few who started out as backups in Green Bay and then went on to success in the NFL. Even if Flynn doesn't do that well, he still has a chance to put up decent numbers and he's a great QB2 option.
Ryan Tannehill, QB, Dolphins: Somebody has to throw the ball in Miami, right? Matt Moore will open the season as the starting quarterback. But we've seen this happen before when he was given the hook in Carolina. Tannehill's relationship with offensive coordinator Mike Sherman gives him a chance to start here.