After the trade of Ryan Tannehill the Miami Dolphins have a giant hole when it comes to the quarterback position, currently the only signal callers on the roster are Luke Falk and Jake Rudock. They only have 5 passes attempted in the NFL...combined.
They struck out on signing Teddy Bridgewater but could they turn their attention to Colin Kaepernick? Now that he has settled his lawsuit with the NFL, Kaeperick is reportedly interested in getting back into the league and reports from CBS Sports Jason La Canfora say that he is looking at the Dolphins need for a quarterback.
Should the Dolphins look at adding a player who hasn't played in the league since 2016 or would they be better off trying to find a bridge quarterback as they set their sights on the quarterbacks in the 2020 draft?