Ryan Tannehill Traded From Miami Dolphins To The Titans

Posted March 17, 2019

Tannehill's time in Miami was marked by his lack of availability due to injury and inability to get the Dolphins over the playoff hump. Rudock has thrown five regular season passes with the Detroit Lions in 2017, while Falk, a sixth-round draft pick in 2018, has never thrown a regular-season pass.

The Dolphins send Ryan Tannehill and a 2019 6th round pick to Titans for a 4th round pick in 2020 and a 7th round pick in 2019. That is, in case you're new here, not ideal.

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If Johnny Hekker were to somehow be traded to the Dolphins, he would immediately become their most experienced passer. Subsequently, to be able to pick up any kind of compensation for the quarterback is a great get for them, especially the fourth-rounder for next year's draft.

It's going to be hard for them to find a starting quarterback who can really help them compete in what is becoming an increasingly hard division.

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The move makes sense for the Titans in that way. He has rarely stayed healthy, and the Titans struggled last season with Blaine Gabbert at quarterback when Mariota was out. He's also battled injuries for nearly all of his career, and the Titans have struggled when Mariota has missed time.

Miami will have all seven of its own draft picks. While they haven't confirmed whether or not that's the plan, their latest move makes it pretty obvious.

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Not exactly the most recognizable names, are they? Now the Titans have multiple options, both for the short- and long-term.