The Miami Dolphins aren't done putting the finishing touches on their quarterback room.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the team will work out a trio of free-agent passers including Rex Grossman, John Skelton and Brady Quinn on Monday, per a Dolphins source.
Matt Moore (shoulder) and Pat Devlin (hamstring) returned to practice on Sunday, but the team "isn't completely comfortable" with the situation behind starter Ryan Tannehill, per The Miami Herald.
Grossman spent the past four seasons with the Redskins but hasn't thrown a regular-season pass since 2011. Skelton floated around the league last season after three campaigns and 17 starts for the Arizona Cardinals.
Quinn is the former Notre Dame star and first-round pick of the Browns who has a television deal in place with Fox Sports if he doesn't catch on with a club. Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels also reportedly worked out Quinn in Denver earlier this month.
Moore stands out as the superior No. 2 option over anyone else named in this post, so whomever the Dolphins sign will serve as nothing more than a camp body praying for a roster spot.