That describes the AJ Feeley era with the Miami Dolphins. The team traded the Quarterback today to San Diego for another 3rd string QB and an undisclosed draft pick. Its a certainty now- Miami flushed a valuable 2nd round pick down the toilet a year ago.
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The Dolphins have traded A.J. Feeley to San Diego for fellow third-string quarterback Cleo Lemon and an undisclosed draft choice, a source said Tuesday.
Feeley was acquired by the Dolphins in the 2004 offseason from Philadelphia for a 2005 second-round draft choice in hopes he could become a full-time starter. Instead, Feeley never lived up to those expectations and ended up sharing playing time with Jay Fiedler for most of last season. Feeley then failed to best Gus Frerotte for a starting position during the 2005 preseason and was relegated to a third-string role behind Sage Rosenfels.
Lemon, 26, has served as San Diego's third-string quarterback for both of his two NFL seasons. A product of Arkansas State, the 6-2, 215-pound Lemon has never thrown a pass in an NFL game.