Point being that Horn is not what you would call "quiet" or "modest". So finding out that his agent has called every single team in the NFL trying to land Joe a job, well, that's kind of funny.
Although the agent for newly available wide receiver Joe Horn has contacted the Dolphins to gauge their potential interest in the former Falcons pass catcher, there's no reason to get over anxious about any imminent signing.Let me be perfectly clear about one thing: if you have left a message and an email for the Miami Dolphins to give you a job and you haven't heard back, you are desperate, friend.
The agent, Ralph Vitolo, also contacted 31 other teams. Yes, every one other than the Falcons, who released Horn on Tuesday.
[...]Vitolo has reached out to the Dolphins, but no conversations have taken place. Vitolo sent the team an e-mail and also left a message. He hopes to speak with Miami later tonight.
I don't care when you expect a call back, it's tough to be in a worse spot than that. Now, Horn will probably end up somewhere. There are, plenty of jokes about the Chicago receiving corps aside, plenty of teams that could use a wily, somewhat surehanded slot guy.