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Ryan Tannehill QB - MIA

Experience: 5 YRS   Height: 6'4"   Weight: 222  Bye: 11
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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill has decided to have surgery to repair his left ACL. He partially tore that ligament last December but passed on surgery in the offseason. Then he re-injured the knee in practice earlier this month. Miami, of course, planned for this outcome by signing QB Jay Cutler. The Dolphins will have a decision to make next offseason, with much smaller dead-cap figures on Tannehill's contract in 2018 and 2019 should they decide to cut him -- vs. cap hits of $19.8 million and up over the final 3 years.

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As we continue to await Miami's decision on whether to have QB Ryan Tannehill undergo surgery on his left knee, we've at least learned the best possible case for the former 1st-round pick. According to ESPN's Jeff Darlington, the non-surgical option is to have Tannehill rest for 6-8 weeks. The regular season kicks off in a little more than 5 weeks, so consider Tannehill a long shot to play in the opener. He'll likely miss at least the first 2-3 games. And, of course, it's still possible he's done for the year. Tannehill is undraftable right now.

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Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill isn't out of the woods yet. While he avoided new ligament damage to his left knee, the Fins still believe the MRI results showed a "setback," according to ESPN's Jeff Darlington. The team must now decide whether Tannehill should undergo surgery to completely repair the ACL that he partially tore last December. "Such a scenario probably would end his season, and team sources say that scenario remains on the table," Darlington writes. With his status in limbo, Tannehill needs to be removed from cheat sheets.

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NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala reports that tests revealed no structural damage to Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill's knee. He's merely dealing with a hyperextension. Tannehill still figures to miss some time, but he should be ready for Week 1. It's extremely good news after what looked like a potentially serious injury this morning. Tannehill remains a low-upside QB2, but his availability is good news for Miami's skill-position guys.

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The Dolphins are still awaiting the MRI results on QB Ryan Tannehill's re-injured left knee. But a source tells the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero that the teams knows Tannehill hyperextended the knee. Salguero's original report said that there was a possibility he suffered PCL damage, but that's now been ruled out. We still don't know if there's damage to the ACL that Tannehill partially tore last year. Stay tuned.

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Injury Predictor

Tannehill opened his career with 4 straight 16-game seasons. Then, in Week 14 of 2016, he suffered a partially torn ACL. From all accounts, rehab — including stem cell therapy — had gone extremely well. But after an awkward fall in training camp action, Tannehill's likely looking at undergoing surgery.

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Date Injury Analysis
Aug 3, 2017 Knee ACL Tear Grade 3 Tannehill again suffered a partially torn ACL, this time on a scramble in training camp.
Dec 9, 2016 Knee ACL Tear Grade 3 Tannehill missed three weeks after attempting a throw downfield and spraining his knee.
Nov 9, 2014 Shoulder Tannehill injured his throwing shoulder against the Lions but it was minor and he missed no games as a result.
Oct 28, 2012 Leg Thigh Bruise Tannehill suffered a left knee bone bruise and a deep thigh bruise but was okay to play the following week after missing the rest of his current game.

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