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Ryan Tannehill feels “really good” entering offseason program

Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill made incredible strides in his first year with coach Adam Gase, but his late-season knee injury stalled that progress. But as he began the offseason program, he said he felt strong and ready to continue. “I feel really good,” Tannehill told the team’s official website. “Spent a lot of time getting ready…

Dolphins sign David Fales

The Dolphins have added another quarterback to their 90-man roster. James Walker of reports that the team has signed David Fales as a free agent. He joins Ryan Tannehill, Matt Moore and Brandon Doughty on the depth chart. Fales was a sixth-round pick of the Bears in 2014 and spent two years with the…

Adam Gase wants a more aggressive Ryan Tannehill in 2017

Dolphins coach Adam Gase doesn’t want quarterback Ryan Tannehill worrying about making mistakes. Gase said on PFT Live that his No. 1 priority for Tannehill in 2017 is to be willing to take chances, both with his arm and with his legs, if that’s what he has to do to make plays. “Just be more…

Miami Dolphins: Ryan Tannehill looking to bounce back from injury in 2017

No one can doubt the Miami Dolphins are on the right track towards building a winning culture under second-year head coach Adam Gase. Most of that success hinges on quarterback Ryan Tannehill and how he bounces back from an injury he sustained towards the end of last season. Show More Summary

Tannehill expected to be ready for offseason program

The Miami Dolphins say quarterback Ryan Tannehill is expected to be ready for the offseason program after missing the final four games of last season because of a sprained left knee        

Ryan Tannehill’s knee is healed (as healed as it will ever be)

Good news, Dolphins fans. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s knee is healed. Bad news (maybe), Dolphins fans. Tannehill’s knee is as healed as it will ever be, absent reconstructive surgery. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald explains that Tannehill, who suffered a second-degree MCL sprain and a slightly-torn ACL after taking a low hit from Cardinals defensive…

Miami Dolphins: Ryan Tannehill expected to be 100% healthy for 2017 season

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill will receive some good news today. According to reports the player will not need total ACL reconstruction surgery and will be good to go for the upcoming 2017 NFL season. Story on #Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill, unlikely to need ACL reconstruction. Show More Summary

Report: Ryan Tannehill won’t need ACL surgery

Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill apparently won’t need surgery to repair his partially torn ACL, but he’s still working through the injury that kept him out of the playoffs. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Tannehill is having an MRI today, but the early word on his rehab is good enough to think he won’t…

No decision yet on whether Ryan Tannehill needs surgery

The Miami Dolphins still haven't determined whether quarterback Ryan Tannehill needs surgery to repair his sprained left knee, football operations chief Mike Tannenbaum said Wednesday        

Ndamukong Suh had knee cleaned out, no decision on Ryan Tannehill surgery

Dolphins executive vice president of football operations Mike Tannenbaum offered updates on a couple of the team’s players from the Senior Bowl on Thursday. Tannenbaum said, via Jason Lieser of the Palm Beach Post, that defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh had a “minor knee cleanout” after the end of the regular season. The surgery explains why…

Tuesday morning one-liners

Blocking for RB LeSean McCoy led to some handsome rewards for Bills blockers. A look at where Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill stands after the 2016 season. The Patriots defense will be working to come up with a plan to slow Le’Veon Bell. Re-signing G Brian Winters is the first of many decisions the Jets have…

Dolphins haven't ruled out surgery for QB Ryan Tannehill

The Miami Dolphins are trying to resolve lingering questions about quarterback Ryan Tannehill's recovery from a left knee injury that forced him to miss the final four games of the season, including Sunday's 30-12 playoff loss at Pittsburgh        

Dolphins “still collecting information” about possible Ryan Tannehill knee surgery

At this time last week, the Dolphins were holding out hope that quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s knee would be feeling well enough to allow him to return to the lineup if they advanced to the divisional round of the playoffs. Last Sunday’s loss to the Steelers means that Tannehill’s status for this weekend is no longer…

Ryan Tannehill “getting better,” not sure he could play next week

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill took a few snaps at Dolphins practice on Friday, but the return to the field for the first time since injuring his knee about a month ago won’t extend to Sunday’s game in Pittsburgh. Tannehill will be inactive with Matt Moore remaining in the starting lineup, although a win over the Steelers…

Report: Ryan Tannehill returns to practice

He’s supposedly out for Sunday’s game at Pittsburgh. It didn’t keep him from practicing on Friday. Via Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill practiced on a limited basis, 26 days after sustaining a knee injury that has sidelined him since then. Tannehill suffered a Grade II MCL sprain and a slight tear of…

Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill practices on limited basis

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill practiced Friday on a limited basis, an indication he might be available next week if his team advances to the second round of the playoffs        

Dolphins at Steelers: How will Miami slow down Pittsburgh's dangerous, rested Big 3?

Miami Dolphins (10-6) at Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5) Sunday, 1:05 p.m. ET on CBS DOLPHINS AT A GLANCE Key player: QB Matt Moore. The longtime backup was thrust into the starting role when Ryan Tannehill went down at the worst possible time down the stretch and will be the starter after Tannehill was ruled out for this game on Thursday. Show More Summary

Jay Ajayi: People need to respect players on our offense

The Steelers have been installed as heavy favorites for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins, something that was probably to be expected given Pittsburgh’s seven-game winning streak, home-field advantage and Ryan Tannehill’s injury. Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi is aware that the Steelers are favored in the game and that plenty of people think they hold…

Dolphins’ Ryan Tannehill Out for Sunday’s Playoff Game at Steelers

Miami’s backup quarterback, Matt Moore, will replace the injured Tannehill for the fourth consecutive week.

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