ATLANTA -- Upon his arrival at the NFL's spring league meeting, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross told NFL.com and NFL Network that he expects Matt Moore to be the starting quarterback when the 2012 season begins.
Asked when he expects Tannehill to take over the job, Ross didn't discount the possibility of Moore remaining the man in Miami.
"Whenever (Tannehill) is ready," Ross said. "And if Matt Moore develops, so be it. We want a franchise quarterback."
"The important thing is not to have great expectations up front, and bring him along," Ross told the newspaper.