Davie, FL (Sports Network) - The Miami Dolphins have scheduled a Wednesday afternoon press conference to announce the acquisition of quarterback A.J. Feeley from the Philadelphia Eagles.
In return, the Eagles will reportedly receive a conditional second-round pick in 2005. Wednesday marks the beginning of the trading period and free agency.
The 26-year-old Feeley, a fifth-round pick out of Oregon in 2001, went from third-string quarterback to a fan favorite in Philadelphia when he replaced the injured Donovan McNabb and Koy Detmer and won his first four starts late in the 2002 season. The Eagles went 4-1 over their final five regular season games that year with Feeley as the starter.
Feeley, who was scheduled to become a restricted free agent, did not attempt a pass in 2003.
The Dolphins terminated the contract of backup quarterback Brian Griese on Tuesday.