Henne impressed by Brady's INT mark

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- As a young quarterback, the Dolphins’ Chad Henne was impressed with the record the Patriots’ Tom Brady set last week.

Brady has thrown 319 consecutive passes without being intercepted, on Sunday breaking the old mark of 308, established by Bernie Kosar.

“That’s definitely a remarkable accomplishment,” said Henne, 25, a third-year pro who quarterbacked the Michigan Wolverines, as did Brady.

“He’s protecting the ball, making smart decisions. That’s hard to do in this league where there are so many good players [on defense]. Tom is in charge at all times. That’s a good thing for us young quarterbacks to see and learn how to protect the ball,” said Henne, whose Dolphins (7-8) will visit Gillette Stadium for the regular-season finale against the Patriots (13-2).