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Ryan Tannehill Comments on Ndamukong Suh's Absence from Dolphins Workouts

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill took to the media Thursday in an attempt to quell rumors the team is unhappy with defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh's absence from offseason workouts. “I’m sure he’s working to get better doing his own thing,” Tannehill said, per Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald. Show More Summary

Ryan Tannehill: “No hard feelings” about Suh’s absence

Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh hasn’t been at Dolphins workouts recently, something that is his prerogative at a point in the offseason when participation is voluntary. It’s also the prerogative of other players to react to Suh’s absence and a report earlier this week had unnamed members of the team “privately steamed” that Suh wasn’t taking…

Ryan Tannehill “wouldn’t be offended” if Dolphins draft a QB

The Dolphins have been talking up the partnership between quarterback Ryan Tannehill and new head coach Adam Gase since Gase was hired in January, particularly the level of support that Tannehill will receive from Gase after a more lukewarm relationship with former head coach Joe Philbin. That level of support and optimism about what Tannehill’s…

Saturday one-liners

Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill has completed a very specific type of pass. The Bills are more popular in New York than their division rivals who play in New Jersey. Patriots TE A.J. Derby, a sixth-round pick in 2015, looks forward to a fresh start after spending all of his rookie season on IR. Here’s one…

Stephen Ross Blames Joe Philbin For Ryan Tannehill's Lack Of Development

last monthSports : The Big Lead

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross blamed Ryan Tannehill’s lack of development on former head coach Joe Philbin, who he hired.

Stephen Ross thinks Ryan Tannehill just needs better coaching

Miko Grimes shouldn’t feel special. She wasn’t the only one Dolphins owner Stephen Ross was dumping on today. Ross made such to get a few swings in at some of the coaches he used to employ, in a roundabout way of saying he thought new coach Adam Gase was going to be good for quarterback Ryan

Ryan Tannehill: It means a lot that Adam Gase has my back

Ever since he got the Dolphins head coaching job in January, Adam Gase has rarely missed an opportunity to publicly state his confidence in quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Gase will call offensive plays this season, citing the close relationship with Tannehill as part of the reason for that choice, and said that he thinks the 2015 season…

Dolphins keep backup quarterback Matt Moore

After drawing some interest elsewhere, backup quarterback Matt Moore will remain with the Dolphins. Moore has agreed to stay in Miami as Ryan Tannehill’s backup. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that it’s a two-year deal worth $3.5 million. Several teams were interested in Moore, and he visited the Colts and the Cowboys. But in…

Dolphins' Big Offseason Signings Can't Obscure Their Big Problem: Ryan Tannehill

Here we are again: the Dolphins are making a splash in the offseason. The Dolphins love their splashes, their big names, their free-agent-signing press conferences. The signing of Mario Williams is another example. Williams had only five sacks last year but 38 in his first three seasons. Show More Summary

Adam Gase: We’re going to go through a process with Ryan Tannehill

One of the first orders of business for coach Adam Gase with the Dolphins is finding a way to get better results out of quarterback Ryan Tannehill, something that has been a frequent topic of conversation for Gase and others in the organization since Gase was named Joe Philbin’s successor last month. It continued to…

Greg Jennings: Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill 'far' from elite

Veteran receiver Greg Jennings spent his 10th NFL season, in 2015, as a member of the Miami Dolphins. And it sounds like he wasn't impressed with what he saw, from quarterback Ryan Tannehill or some members of the coaching staff. Appearing...Show More Summary

Dolphins WR Greg Jennings: “Ryan Tannehill is FAR From Elite” (Video)

3 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

One thing everyone can respect out of another person is complete honesty especially in sports where cliches run rampant. Miami Dolphins WR Greg Jennings delivered that honesty when speaking candidly about his current QB Ryan Tannehill. Jennings spoke about the QB’s lack of progression in the NFL during a Tuesday appearance on ESPN’s “First Take.” […]

Jennings says Dolphins team-mate Tannehill is 'far' from elite

Miami Dolphins receiver Greg Jennings was candid in his assessment of team-mate and quarterback Ryan Tannehill, whom he believes is "far" from elite. Tannehill has polarized opinion in the NFL, with many doubting whether the 27-year-old...Show More Summary

Greg Jennings: None of us know if Ryan Tannehill has it or not

The Dolphins will get $4 million in cap space if they part ways with wide receiver Greg Jennings this offseason, something that seems like a prudent course of action after Jennings had 19 catches during his first season with the team. If Jennings is on his way out, he’s not holding his tongue when it…

Greg Jennings says Ryan Tannehill wants more freedom in offense

Since being hired as the new Dolphins head coach, Adam Gase has spoken often about the need for quarterbacks to have the full support of their coaches. That’s something that didn’t always appear to be the case for Ryan Tannehill in Miami when Joe Philbin was the head coach and Bill Lazor ran the offense.…

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