3/3KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Jets | Mark Sanchez working with Chad Pennington : New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez has been working free-agent QB Chad Pennington (Dolphins) to learn offensive coordinator Tony Sparano's...[+] scheme. Pennington brought an old Miami Dolphins playbook and began teaching the system and terminology to Sanchez. The two quarterbacks met more than once for classroom-type sessions.
News -- February 2012
2/8KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: NFL | Chad Pennington believes career is over : Free-agent QB Chad Pennington (Dolphins) said he is leaning toward retirement. Pennington is healthy enough to resume his NFL...[+] career after destroying his left knee playing pickup basketball last year; however, he plans to continue broadcasting games for FOX Sports.
News -- April 2011
4/25KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Dolphins | Chad Pennington already off crutches: Miami Dolphins QB Chad Pennington (knee) said in an e-mail over the weekend that his knee surgery April 7 went well, and he is...[+] already off crutches, reports Ben Volin, of the Palm Beach Post. Pennington had surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
4/21KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Dolphins | Chad Pennington hopes to be ready in four months: Miami Dolphins QB Chad Pennington (knee) said Dr. James Andrews told him that he has a chance to play football again in four months,...[+] which would mean a return in August or September, reports Omar Kelly, of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Pennington said he is not sure if that is an optimistic timetable but is working to accomplish it. He has a brace on his knee but is able to walk without any crutches. He said his rehab should not be very challenging because it was a clean tear.
4/7KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Dolphins | Chad Pennington set for knee surgery: Miami Dolphins QB Chad Pennington (knee) is scheduled for knee surgery Thursday, April 7, reports Armando Salguero, of The Miami...[+] Herald. Pennington isn't ruling anything out, including playing in 2011.
News -- March 2011
3/31KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Dolphins | Chad Pennington needs ACL surgery: Miami Dolphins impending free-agent QB Chad Pennington (knee) will need to undergo surgery after injuring his anterior cruciate...[+] ligament during a pick-up basketball game, reports Chris Mortensen, of ESPN.
News -- January 2011
1/25KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Dolphins | Chad Pennington, Tyler Thigpen future uncertain with team: Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland said Tuesday, Jan. 25, that it is uncertain whether backup QBs Chad Pennington and...[+] Tyler Thigpen will return in 2011, reports Ben Volin, of the Palm Beach Post.
1/19KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Titans | Could have interest in Chad Pennington: The Tennessee Titans may show interest in Miami Dolphins impending free-agent QB Chad Pennington this offseason, reports Jim Wyatt,...[+] of The Tennessean.
1/18KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Dolphins | Chad Pennington may be re-signed: Miami Dolphins QB Chad Pennington (shoulder), who is set to become a free agent during the offseason, said he has accepted the...[+] possibility of signing with another team, reports The Associated Press. He also realizes no team may be interested in him, which he is OK with. The Dolphins may be inclined to re-sign him, as he has ties to Brian Daboll, who is expected to be signed as the team's offensive coordinator. Pennington, who is trying to return from a fourth surgery on his throwing shoulder, said his recovery will be a daily and weekly process and there may be a point his body simply cannot go on any further with rehab. He noted he still has the desire and passion to play, so he has to see what his options are provided his body is able to hold up physically.
1/18KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Dolphins | Chad Pennington to attempt comeback: Miami Dolphins QB Chad Pennington (shoulder) said Monday, Jan. 17, that he plans to attempt a comeback from a fourth shoulder...[+] surgery during the offseason, reports Ben Volin, of the Palm Beach Post. 'I'm going to make a run at it, and the reason I am is that I still have that fire inside,' Pennington said. 'I have to go out and see if my shoulder can respond. If it doesn't respond, I can live with that.'