Free agent Chad Pennington will work as a commentator for Fox's NFL coverage this season.
The National Football Post believes that the longer the lockout drags on, the more likely free agent Chad Pennington is to land a back-up job somewhere.
Free agent Chad Pennington has shed his crutches three weeks after ACL surgery.
Dr. James Andrews informed Chad Pennington that he can get the free agent back on the field in four months because his left ACL injury was a "clear" tear.
Despite a torn ACL, free agent Chad Pennington reportedly hasn't ruled out playing football in 2011.
Dolphins coach Tony Sparano had expressed an interest in adding Chad Pennington (torn ACL) to his coaching staff earlier this offseason.
Free agent Chad Pennington will require surgery to repair a torn ACL after suffering the injury in a basketball game.
The Miami Herald predicts that free agent Chad Pennington will not be back with the Dolphins in 2011.
Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland isn't ruling out re-signing free agent Chad Pennington.
The Nashville Tennessean's Jim Wyatt thinks free agent Chad Pennington could be an option for the Titans at quarterback.
Impending free agent Chad Pennington has decided to attempt a comeback from a fourth shoulder operation this offseason.
Chad Pennington (shoulder surgery, injured reserve) puts the odds at 50-50 of him playing again.
Dolphins placed QB Chad Pennington on injured reserve with a dislocated right shoulder, ending his season.
ESPN's Tom Graham confirms that Chad Pennington's right shoulder injury is season- and potentially career-threatening.