That has been rumored all offseason. Well this matters because he could be a serious option for the Dolphins, or they could decide to go through the draft or trade for Josh Rosen. Tennessee sent a fourth-round pick in 2020 and a seventh-round pick in 2019 to Miami for Tannehill and a sixth-round pick.
For the Titans, they've been looking for multiple seasons to find a top-end backup as injury insurance for Mariota.
Gabbert started three games for the Titans in 2018 as Mariota battled through an injury.
For the Titans, this is a high-end move but a smart one. The main remaining question from the trade might be, who plays quarterback for the Dolphins this season?More news: This TPC Sawgrass 17th Hole Prank is Absolutely Savage
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A source close to the former 49ers quarterback made it known he is interested in joining the Dolphins, according to a CBS Sports report. Miami tried to change Bridgewater's mind, and he still went back to the New Orleans Saints. The move leaves the team with just two quarterbacks on their roster now in Jake Rudock and David Fales. The hashtag #tankfortua has become popular as some teams reportedly ponder intentionally losing games next year to gain a good spot in the NFL Draft when Tua graduates.
Shield your eyes Dolphins fans; this season won't be pretty.
However, that potential trade took a major hit on Friday as the Miami Dolphins traded Ryan Tannehill to the Tennessee Titans. But he is likely to be drafted by the Cardinals, who hold rights to the number-one pick.
It would be the beginning of a frustrating 20-month period for Tannehill, who missed the final three games of the 2016 regular season, the playoff game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field, and then had to sit out all of 2017 after injuring the same knee during a training camp practice.