Again, not to make a direct comparison, but Michael Vick got thrown out of Atlanta and he has really turned himself around. It is always a gamble and Wkloiber, you make an excellent point on the salary difference.
It could cost Miami a first round pick and "probably" more money to do a sign and trade for Kolb and Vince Young could command more money.
Trying to be realistic with as many teams needing a QB, that will probably drive up Vince Young's asking price. It is such a gamble and Miami has been so snake bitten over the years on the QB choices.
I also still agree that Henne should compete and I know I have been posting down a bit on Chad, but that is mainly because he has made this bed he is lying in (for the most part). I agree he still deserves that chance to earn his job back, I just feel that decision will be somewhat jaded now because of his inconsistencies. If the NFL doesn't strike, I think some of our answers will come on who they sign in the off season and how much they invest etc.
When you have a quarterback like Vick or Young on your team you have to be ready to take on what comes with a guy like that. They will light it up one minute and then look terrible the next. They're too talented to sit on the bench yet they aren't quite great players when you get them in the game. There will always be quarterback controversy with guys like that and that is why I call guys like that coach killers. Miami doesn't need a guy like Vick or Young, then need another guy like Pennington who can stay healthy. Both guys throw up major red flags in my book and I don't want either to be a Dolphin next year.