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Ryan Tannehill Rumors & News
- Height: 6' 4"
- Weight: 220
- Age 27
- Seasons: 5
- Salary: 660,000
- Birthplace: Big Spring, Texas
- College: Texas A&M
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Aug 20, 2016
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill explains what each of his receivers brings to the offense.
The Jag-Wire | Fox Sports Florida Aug 19, 2016
Tony Romo led a touchdown drive in his preseason debut once the Dallas offense stopped committing holding penalties, rookie backup quarterback Dak Prescott had a strong encore and Ryan Tannehill finally got the Miami Dolphins moving.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Aug 19, 2016
Some good (mainly, the offense). Some bad (mainly, the defense). The Dolphins' workout in Dallas on Friday night was, in other words, like most second preseason games. Here are 10 thought on the night (through three quarters): 1. Man of the match: Ryan Tannehill had about as good a preseason workout...
Dolphins In Depth | Miami Herald Aug 19, 2016
The first half of tonight's preseason game between the Miami Dolphins and Dallas Cowboys is over and the results are mixed. Mixed as in offense pretty good. Mixed as in defense pretty bad. Mixed. Good first? Ryan Tannehill was sacked...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Aug 19, 2016
Wide receiver DeVante Parker and running back Arian Foster are the biggest difference-makers in the Dolphins’ offense. Period. So stop obsessing about the offensive line, left guard Laremy Tunsil, whether quarterback Ryan Tannehill is under duress, and all that other stuff. The Dolphins need...
Seven plays. Two completions. Eight yards, and three times blasted by pass rushers.That's what quarterback Ryan Tannehill's night looked like last Friday, when the Miami Dolphins opened their preseason schedule with a 27-10 win over the New York Giants.In other words, it was hardly enough to judge....
Dolphins coach Adam Gase on Ryan Tannehill.
Miami Dolphins quarterback, Ryan Tannehill, feels comfortable with the offensive line.
The Phinsider Aug 16, 2016
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Not only are fans a little upset with the Dolphins offense, the coaches are also disappointed in the whole unit. It's not just Ryan Tannehill, it's the whole unit that the coaches are not pleased with. The offensive starters will play a lot more on Friday against the Dallas Cowboys. Hopefully we will see some improvement from the team. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below. Dolphins coaches not happy with...
Dolphins In Depth | Miami Herald Aug 15, 2016
So here's some breaking news: The Dolphins offense is slow right now. Ryan Tannehill is holding the ball longer in the pocket than he probably should. Plays aren't busting loose as quickly as they should. Receivers aren't getting open as...
The Phinsider Aug 15, 2016
The Miami Dolphins continue their 2016 training camp, coming off Friday’s win over the New York Giants and looking forward to this Friday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. The game against the Giants was disappointing for the first team, with the offense unable to pickup a first down on two possessions and the defense allowing 10 points. The rest of the game was all about Miami, however, as forced turnovers and efficient offense led to a 27-10 win. This week should include a focus on the offense line, which was allowing pressure on quarterback Ryan Tannehill on average about 2.5...
The Daily Dolphin | Palm Beach Post Aug 15, 2016
• The offense: It wasn’t as if the unit didn’t make any plays Sunday. Ryan Tannehill had a couple of nice throws over the middle, Jakeem Grant made a catch despite getting hit as the ...
The Daily Dolphin | Palm Beach Post Aug 14, 2016
Dolphins fans love Dallas Thomas. That might come as news (or a shock) to those who criticize Thomas to the point that he rivals quarterback Ryan Tannehill as the most-dissected players on the roster — quite ...
The Phinsider Aug 14, 2016
The Miami Dolphins beat the New York Giants on Friday night to win their first preseason game of the 2016 schedule. The game was not always pretty, especially when the first team offense was on the field. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was constantly under pressure on his four pass attempts, and the team failed to pick up a first down on two possessions. The depth players, both on offense and defense, eventually found a rhythm, however, and came up with some points and turnovers, respectively, answering New York’s 10-0 lead with 27 unanswered points of their own. What did the game do to the...
Newsday Aug 13, 2016
When the Giants flashed their pass rush on Friday night against the Dolphins, it came from expected sources. Olivier Vernon and Jason Pierre-Paul were both consistent chasers of quarterback Ryan Tannehill -- at one point they even bumped into each other in pursuit of him -- which is exactly what the Giants wanted when they signed the two players in the offseason.