Training camp is here. They allow tackling there and everything. Around the League will count down the top 30 position battles to watch throughout the preseason.
• Tannehill will get the most attention, even if you ignore his wife's contributions. The next month matters more to Tannehill's long-term development than Garrard and Moore combined. And yet Tannehill doesn't have a realistic chance to start in Week 1.
•Reggie Bush guessed that Tannehill was likely to be the No. 3 quarterback. Despite knowing offensive coordinator Mike Sherman's offense from their days together at Texas A&M, Tannehill was always supposed to take time to develop. He doesn't have a lot of experience at quarterback. He's very raw as a pocket passer. If he starts games this year, it will probably come in December.
• That leaves Moore vs. Garrard. Dolphins observers that watch practice every day seem to believe Garrard is the slight favorite. Moore isn't known as a great practice player. His skill set doesn't wow you. He's a "gamer" that is learning another new system.
• Moore is an underrated player. He's a younger Kyle Orton at worst, and we mean that as a compliment. You can win with him. He looked very good last year, while Garrard, 34, wasn't even in the NFL.