The previous articles examined how Henne's lack of success in 2010 was not entirely his fault. This does not mean that Henne is perfect; he needs to make some big improvements in 2011 if he wishes to keep the job as Miami's starting QB.
In his time at Miami, Henne has shown that he has the potential to be a playoff-caliber QB but has had just as many moments that left fans shaking their heads.
It is without a doubt Henne's last chance to prove to the organization that he should be the man under center every Sunday, and there are improvements that need to be made if he is to be the signal caller.
After the draft, it seems the Dolphins' front office is investing in Henne and putting him in a place to succeed.
Free agency has a few tales yet to be told, but for now, it seems the organization has done all they can to help Henne the upcoming season.