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Dolphins hope to get a deal done with Tannehill this offseason

Of all the quarterbacks in the high-profile 2012 draft class, the first to get a long-term extension beyond his rookie contract may be Ryan Tannehill. The Dolphins are hoping to get a contract extension with Tannehill done this offseason, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. There’s no reason that a deal has to get done…

ProFootballTalk: Is Ryan Tannehill set up for success with new receivers?

Dolphins’ insider Armando Salguero joins PFT to discuss Miami’s most important move in the offseason besides Ndamukong Suh, why Ryan Tannehill could take a major step forward and the team’s draft needs.

He's back! Josh Freeman, out of NFL in 2014, signed by Miami Dolphins

Consider this for a moment: Josh Freeman is a mere six months older than Ryan Tannehill. And yet Tannehill, the Miami Dolphins' starting quarterback, is considered an up-and-coming player, while Freeman — who signed Thursday as the team's No. Show More Summary

Is Lamar Miller Ready to Be the No. 1 Back for the Miami Dolphins?

Lamar Miller's 97-yard touchdown run started off inconspicuously. The Miami Dolphins' third-year running back lined up to the left of quarterback Ryan Tannehill and went in motion behind Tannehill to the right. The ball was snapped, and a split second later, it was stuffed into Miller's midsection. Show More Summary

Sunday morning one-liners

The Bills tried to leave themselves without much work to do in the draft. Winning more games is the next step in Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill’s development. Patriots QB Tom Brady put on his basketball shoes for a game with Michael Jordan. Todd Bowles had several mentors on his way to becoming Jets head coach.…

Miami Dolphins Should Wait to Extend Ryan Tannehill

Progress is a tricky thing at the quarterback position. It's one of two positions in sports (along with hockey goalkeepers) that are held responsible for the team's success by bearing the win-loss record in their stat sheets. It's also...Show More Summary

Thursday morning one-liners

Looking back at the year the Bills have had since the death of former owner Ralph Wilson. Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is entering a critical season in many respects. Everything the Patriots have done this offseason has been scrutinized heavily. The Jets helped a high school student land a prom date. The Ravens are confident…

Rise 'n Grind: Dolphins want more from Ryan Tannehill

The status of Miami's young quarterback, the Ravens' free agent needs, pass rushers in Cleveland and more leftovers from Tuesday's session with the AFC coaches. Good morning from Phoenix. The NFC head coaches are sitting down for breakfast with a room full of hungry reporters (hungry for scoops! GET IT?) on Wednesday morning. Show More Summary

PFT Live: Dolphins can no longer afford to get stop-gap veterans

Dolphins’ insider Armando Salguero joins Mike Florio to discuss the Dolphins’ big investment in Ndamukong Suh and the future of Ryan Tannehill and Joe Philbin in Miami.

Matt Moore will remain with Dolphins

The Dolphins had quarterback Tarvaris Jackson in for a visit on Thursday as they looked for a backup to Ryan Tannehill. Last year’s backup Matt Moore was still available as a free agent, but the team and Moore had been unable to agree on a new contract despite reports of interest in continuing the relationship…

Tarvaris Jackson, J.D. Walton visit Dolphins

Matt Moore is a free agent, leaving the Dolphins without an experienced backup quarterback to Ryan Tannehill on the roster. The team is taking a meeting with one candidate for the job on Thursday. PFT has learned, via a league source, that Tarvaris Jackson is visiting with the team. Jackson has spent three of the…

In Weak Safety Class, CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu Has Chance to Be Top FS Prospect

It's obvious that there's different market values for premier players at different positions at the NFL level. There's a reason why quarterbacks like Ryan Tannehill are rumored for extensions worth over $100 million, while a dominant defensive player like J.J. Show More Summary

Can Dolphins still pay Ryan Tannehill $100 million?

Here is an important fact: No team in NFL history ever had two $100-million players under contract in the same season. It is very difficult to manage a successful, 53-man roster when two players are eating up such a large chunk of the...Show More Summary

Wednesday morning one-liners

Will LeSean McCoy try to block his trade to Buffalo? Said Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill of the coming season, “With all the guys we have coming back playing in the second year of the offense, I’m excited about it.” The NFL Films DVD of the Patriots’ Super Bowl run has been released. The Jets have…

Ryan Tannehill on Mike Wallace: I’m excited to see what this year holds for us

The Dolphins held onto tight end Charles Clay via the transition tag, but they’ve been taking the scalpel to other members of the receiving corps. Wide receivers Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson are both gone and the team hasn’t said what they plan to do about Mike Wallace, who will count $12.1 million against the cap…

College Football Players Who Should Change Positions in 2015

Remember that time Texas A&M’s Ryan Tannehill started the 2010 season as a receiver and finished as the starting quarterback? Tannehill came to A&M as a 3-star dual-threat prospect, switched to receiver and wound up back at quarterback. Show More Summary

Dennis Hickey declines comment on Ryan Tannehill contract talks

Holding a news conference Wednesday at the NFL combine in Indianapolis, Miami Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey gave little update to contract talks with quarterback Ryan Tannehill. "I'm not going to comment on any contact or communication with representation," Hickey said. Show More Summary

Ryan Tannehill Faces Make-or-Break Season for Miami Dolphins in 2015

The Miami Dolphins drafted Ryan Tannehill with the No. 8 overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft in an effort to find their franchise quarterback for the future. Three years later, the Texas A&M product has yet to fully prove that he is who the Dolphins front office thought he was when they drafted him. Show More Summary

PFT Live: For Dolphins, they just need to stay the course

With big decisions coming up on Mike Wallace, Cortland Finnegan, Jared Odrick and Ryan Tannehill, the largest phase of the Dolphins’ to-do list is to stay the course regarding the direction of the franchise.

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