Ryan Tannehill | QB | Miami Dolphins
Posted: 9/19/2013 11:13am et
Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is nursing a right shoulder injury that is limiting his practice time. Tannehill took a hit on the shoulder early in the third quarter of the team's win at Indianapolis when he was hit from behind on a sack and lost a fumble, but he finished the game.
Huddle Up: Tannehill should be good to go despite a limited workload in practice, and he could very well be practicing in full by the end of the week anyway. No reason to worry about the fantasy prospects of Miami's passing game just yet.
Posted: 7/10/2013 1:08am et
Miami Dolphins players have raved about QB Ryan Tannehill's work during offseason practices. The consensus seems to be that Tannehill has been more instinctive, less mechanical, and less robotic in his reads.
Huddle Up: The Dolphins spent the offseason supplying Tannehill with some new toys, and now the onus shifts to the 2nd-year QB to take strides and make full use of his arsenal.
Posted: 6/2/2013 11:41pm et
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland predicted QB Ryan Tannehill 'is going to make a big jump this year.' Tannehill will be entering his second NFL season, and the team added plenty of weapons to help that jump, including WR Mike Wallace and TE Dustin Keller. 'He has a lot of room to grow. He's brilliantly smart. The upside is tremendous,' Ireland said.
Huddle Up: Tannehill was decent last season with 3,294 passing yards and 14 total TDs, but he definitely got lost in the shuffle with fellow rookie QBs RGIII, Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson monopolizing the headlines and highlights. With the added weapons, though, Tannehill at the very least is primed to cut down on the rough patches as he only had 1 300-yard passing game and 7 contests where he failed to throw a TD pass in 2012.
Posted: 2/10/2013 11:02pm et
The Miami Dolphins would like QB Ryan Tannehill to improve his accuracy this offseason. He completed 65.7 percent of his passes in wins this season while completing only 54.3 percent of his passes in losses.
Huddle Up: Overall, Tannehill certainly wasn't horrible -- completing 58.3 percent of his throws. That was better than Andrew Luck (53.1) but somewhat paled in comparison to fellow rookies RGIII (70.3) and Russell Wilson (68.4).