If they sign him, the obvious person out is back-up quarterback Matt Moore. Moore is not expected to return to the Dolphins after five years in Miami.
Since coming into the league in 2012, Brandon Weeden has been part of the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans organizations, where he completed 58 percent of his passes for a total of 6,462 years with 31 touchdowns and has had 30 interceptions throughout his career.
With Matt Moore all but out the door, having Brandon Weeden come to the facility is an indication that quarterback Logan Thomas is not ready to be the back up to Ryan Tannehill and they are looking to someone else to fill that role. I would like to see Miami go after Robert Griffin III to fill that role.
Cornerback Josh Robinson also had a visit Friday but reports are saying he left without signing a contract. Former University of Miami linebacker Sean Spence also has a meeting with the team this weekend.