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GOOD MOVE OR BAD MOVE?

Not everyone is sold on the Dolphins' imminent acquisition of former Eagles No. 3 quarterback A.J. Feeley to become their starter. But for the sake of the team, as well as Coach Dave Wannstedt and GM Rick Spielman, members of the organization had better hope it was the right decision.

The pros concerning Feeley are that he's guy with a lot of potential, and he was expected to draw some interest as a restricted free agent. He looked very sharp in his five starts during the 2002 season when both Donovan McNabb and Koy Detmer were injured.Plus, there is plenty of precedent of guys who were backups with one team and thrived after being traded and becoming starters. The list...

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