Miami Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne might have suffered a shoulder injury on Sunday that will cost him the rest of the 2011 season.

The Miami Dolphins lost to the San Diego Chargers 26-16 on Sunday.  Chad Henne may have a serious shoulder separation that puts the rest of his season in jeopardy according to a source.  Henne received a second opinion on his injured shoulder on Wednesday.  It appears to be a more extensive injury than just a first-degree separation, which can be padded up so he can play.

It looks like a certainty that somebody other than Chad Henne will be starting at quarterback for the Dolphins next week when Miami faces the New York Jets on Monday Night Football.  Matt Moore might get the nod on Oct. 17 against the Jets.  He would become the 16th starter at quarterback in 13 seasons since Dan Marino retired.  Chad Henne has completed 57.1% of his passes for 868 yards in 2011.  Henne has thrown four touchdowns and four interceptions through four weeks this season.