|Player||Chad Henne, QB, Michigan|
|Pick||Round 2, Selection 26 (57 Overall)|
|Stats||Ht: 6-3 Wt: 245 40: 5.00|
|After passing up the chance to grab Henne at the top of Round 2, it worked out perfectly for the Dolphins that he lasted until the 57th pick. Henne will get the chance to become the team's quarterback of the future and will compete for that role with 2007 second-round pick John Beck, whose disappointing performance in his audition last season left the Dolphins still looking for answers at the position. - Alain Poupart, Dolphins Digest|
|Henne has a better than average arm and he'll be called upon to throw the ball deep in their revamped offensive scheme. However, the job should be John Beck's at least for this season.|
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