Ryan Tannehill

#17QB,
Yds
2995
Y/G
230.4
TD
19
QBRat
93.5
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 216
Born:
College: Texas A&M
Birth Place: Big Spring, Texas
Draft: 2012 1st round (8th pick) by the
  • Ryan Tannehill ACL healed? ‘Yeah, it’s really strong and ready to go’
    Miami Herald

    Ryan Tannehill ACL healed? ‘Yeah, it’s really strong and ready to go’

    Medical science has for years contended that the knee’s anterior cruciate ligament does not heal by simply regenerating. That’s the reason generations of NFL players have had surgery to repair ACL injuries. Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill went another direction, not having surgery but rather choosing to rehabilitate the partially torn ligament and follow that with stem cell treatments. On Thursday, when Tannehill spoke publicly for the first time since the end of the 2016 season, he said his ACL was indeed healed. “Yeah,” Tannehill said when asked specifically if his ACL had healed, “it’s really strong and ready to go.” Tannehill said he feels good now and that’s obviously the reason

  • Tannehill’s knee appears healthy during first OTA
    The Phinsider

    Tannehill’s knee appears healthy during first OTA

    The Miami Dolphins have completed their first set of Organized Team Activities for the 2017 season, a three-day period that ran from Tuesday through Thursday this week. The team will be back for another three-day period next week, then they will have a four-day OTA the following week. Media access during OTAs is limited, unlike when training camp rolls around in July, so there has not been a great ability to analyze what the team is doing and how things are happening, but that does not mean the players and coaches have not talked about the practices, and the one day the press was allowed to watch gave us some insight into the team. The first thing everyone wants to know, when it comes to the

  • Yardbarker

    What the Buffalo Bills need to do to compete in the AFC East this season

    It may be a lot to ask for Coach Sean McDermott and his new staff to lead the Buffalo Bills to the top of the division in his first year, especially with the defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots holding down the division for most of the 2000s.  However, continuity on the offensive side of the ball, and a switch to a 4-3 defense which had them successful before Rex Ryan’s tenure could show some improvement for the club. McDermott also has a significantly different coaching style in comparison to Ryan, as he is more responsible, and holds his players more accountable.  The one thing Bills fans can be sure of this year is that the Bills won’t beat themselves, which was a major problem