Tennessee Titans Trade For QB Ryan Tannehill

Heather Diaz
March 16, 2019

The Dolphins chose to move on from Tannehill earlier this offseason and they've spent the last few weeks actively pursuing a trade. That has been rumored all offseason.

But they have options. Tennessee gets a 6th round pick in 2019 and Tannehill.

Miami will get a 2020 fourth round pick and a seventh round pick in this year's draft in exchange for Tannehill.

From the Titans' end the move is probably a reaction, in part, to Marcus Mariota's constant healthy issues.

Gabbert started three games for the Titans in 2018 as Mariota battled through an injury.

Two great quarterbacks but maybe not quite what the Dolphins are looking for. Bridgewater met with the Dolphins earlier this week before re-signing with New Orleans for one year and $7.25 million. Miami believed it was going to be a player in the Tyrod Taylor sweepstakes, but then Taylor went and signed a backup quarterback deal with the Chargers.

The trade of Tannehill means the Dolphins two quarterbacks on their roster are now Jake Rudock and Luke Falk.

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Shield your eyes Dolphins fans; this season won't be pretty.

On Friday afternoon, the Miami Dolphins traded former starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill to the Tennessee Titans. He's also battled injuries for nearly all of his career, and the Titans have struggled when Mariota has missed time.

Tennessee is an interesting landing spot.

Mariota, the former second-overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, hasn't necessarily proven himself as a guy worthy of a monster contract.

Not that Tannehill is an enticing option for the future, but he is an option.

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