It’s been a pretty good offseason for Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill. He saw the team trade away Mike Wallace after two frustrating seasons and add Kenny Stills, Greg Jennings and DeVante Parker at wide receiver while also signing Ndamukong Suh to anchor the defense that will try to make Miami’s offensive production stand up. Tannehill…
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Ryan Tannehill shows positive growth in the offseason
Bills wide receivers are focused on cleaning up their route running. QB Ryan Tannehill likes his new receivers with the Dolphins. A collection of reactions from Patriots players about their Super Bowl rings. A look at what the addition of WR Brandon Marshall might mean for Eric Decker in the Jets’ 2015 offense. LB Arthur…
Cam Newton and Ryan Tannehill signed new deals this offseason, but there are still big-name players hoping to get contract extensions done before the new season starts. Training camp is still several weeks away, but now is the perfect time for NFL teams to negotiate with key contributors on long-term contract extensions. Show More Summary
If the Miami Dolphins field an efficient offense in 2015, it will not necessarily be because quarterback Ryan Tannehill was the glue that held them together. Offensive coordinator Bill Lazor may seem to have a preference for the passing...Show More Summary
The new quarterback contracts tumble into place one by one like dominoes. They form a path that leads us toward the future of football finance. Ryan Tannehill's deal two weeks ago was the first to topple. It was a relatively modest contract extension, but then Tannehill has a relatively modest resume. Show More Summary
Mike Florio takes answers tweets from the PFT Planet regarding the possibility of the NFL adopting fully guaranteed deals, reasonable expectations for Derek Carr this year and where Ryan Tannehill ranks in the AFC East.
The receiving corps in Miami is much improved since last season, but Mike Florio says it’s “playoffs or bust” for head coach Joe Philbin and it’s up to Ryan Tannehill to step-up his game.
With any luck, the Miami Dolphins' $77 million investment will play every snap of every game this year. The Dolphins inked quarterback Ryan Tannehill to a four-year extension that makes him the face of the franchise for the foreseeable future. But like Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote, "Shallow men believe in luck or in circumstance. Show More Summary
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill is the present and the future of the Miami Dolphins franchise. Those were the words of Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey, but Hickey hardly had to open his mouth to confirm that fact after the Dolphins...Show More Summary
By any objective measure, Ryan Tannehill is a mediocre quarterback. He finished 2014 in the middle of the pack (or worse) in every major passing metric. While capable of winning games with athletic derring-do, he's also capable of losing...Show More Summary
In retrospect, Ryan Tannehill's turning point happened in London
Time is a flat circle. Especially when it comes to quarterback contracts and ensuing debate. Every year, it seems, a new quarterback gets a massive extension that draws incredulity and ridicule, particularly after Joe Flacco became the...Show More Summary
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill signed a contract this week that, in “new money” average, puts him at No. 6 among all quarterbacks. Which suggests that he’s a franchise quarterback. But Tannehill realizes that the new contract doesn’t make him a franchise quarterback, just yet. “I think it’s a step in that direction for sure,” Tannehill…
Mike Florio breaks down the latest news from around the NFL, including Geno Smith’s role as starting QB with the help of Jets insider Manish Mehta. Mike talks to Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill about his new contract and whether or not he feels like a “franchise QB” yet. Mike also talks to John Spanos about…
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill signed a contract extension that runs through the 2020 season this week that was a bet on his future by the team after three promising years that have ended without playoff berths. The team reworked Tannehill’s receiving corps during the early stages of the offseason by welcoming Kenny Stills, Greg Jennings…
Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill joins Mike Florio to discuss his new contract, why he doesn’t have any plans to buy anything he doesn’t need and how the game is slowing down to his comfort level.
Will Ryan Tannehill's numbers continue to rise?