Now the Miami Dolphins know why the New York Jets couldn't wait to remove Chad Pennington from their Florham Park training facility last summer. The same man who won his second "Comeback Player of the Year" award last season when he led the Dolphins to an improbable 11-5 year and an AFC Eastern division title is, once again, out for the season. This time around, it is a torn capsule that will sideline the game's biggest excuse maker, marking the fourth time in 10 years that Pennington will miss considerable time because of an injury. Talk about broken bones syndrome; at times, it seems like Pennington invented it. For eight years the Jets waited, waited, waited, and waited for Godot to show up with the keys that would take them to the Lombardi Trophy room, but that never happened. Instead ...
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