DAVIEhttp://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/miam ... 246.column
Whatever happened to Chad Henne early in Saturday's scrimmage, whether it was his problems, the defense's day or if any of it matters come September, he's got to understand one thing: Everything is different for him this time around.
That's the progression he's earned. It's a different view now on him from the outside, where his second year as the Dolphins quarterback means people see this as his team now. But where the difference matters most is on the inside, among the core of this team, who look at Henne to carry it in a way they didn't a year ago.
"He's a got a great opportunity,'' is the way Ricky Williams said it. "We've got some great weapons on offense this year. You can see them just like I can.
"But he's got to take advantage of them. We're going to go as far as he can take us. If he plays well, we're going to be hard to stop. If he doesn't …"
Williams shrugged and wiped sweat off his forehead after Saturday's scrimmage.
"… we're not going where we want."