Miami will receive a fourth-round pick in 2020 and a seventh-rounder in 2019, while sending Tannehill and a 2019 sixth-round pick to the Titans.
The news was announced on Twitter by Tannehill's agents at SportsTrust Advisors. And his departure doesn't come as a big surprise when considering reports surfaced that the team was expected to go a different direction at the quarterback position under head coach Brian Flores. Miami then got involved with Teddy Bridgewater, but the former first-round pick ultimately elected to return to the Saints to backup Drew Brees on a similar deal to what Tannehill is receiving in Tennessee. That is, in case you're new here, not ideal. He originally entered the National Football League as a first-round pick (eighth overall) by the Dolphins in the 2012 National Football League draft. Tannehill was named the team's Ed Block Courage Award recipient in 2018 and the Dan Marino Team MVP in 2014.
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Tannehill will back up Marcus Mariota at quarterback.
@Titans have traded for and signed @ryantannehill1 to a one year contract. While they haven't confirmed whether or not that's the plan, their latest move makes it pretty obvious. The Titans are trying to compete this year and they don't know if they can trust their starting quarterback enough to stay healthy, much less extend him over a lengthy period of time.