|Week 17 (NYJ) - Average||20.5-30.5||230.5||1.5||0.5||10.5||0.5||21|
|Week 17 (NYJ) - Dave Richard||17-26||188||2||0||12||0||20|
|Week 17 (NYJ) - Jamey Eisenberg||24-35||273||1||1||9||1||20|
|2014 Season - Average||356.0-586.0||4133.0||23.5||16.5||242.5||1.5||285|
|2014 Season - Dave Richard||361-597||4244||22||18||254||2||278|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||351-575||4022||25||15||231||1||289|
|Current Player Ranking: 12|
|Red Zone Stats|
|03/26/2015||Ryan Tannehill, QB MIA|
Frank Gore, RB IND
Brandin Cooks, WR NO
|DeMarco Murray, RB PHI|
|03/20/2015||Andy Dalton, QB CIN|
Frank Gore, RB IND
|Ryan Tannehill, QB MIA|
|03/20/2015||Jordan Cameron, TE MIA|
Ryan Tannehill, QB MIA
Lamar Miller, RB MIA
|Jimmy Graham, TE SEA|
Philip Rivers, QB SD
Rank Among Leaders
Report: Dolphins will use option on Ryan Tannehill if no deal is reached
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(3/23/15) While the Dolphins will spend the next six weeks trying to finalize a long-term contract with quarterback Ryan Tannehill, if no deal can be reached, the team plans to exercise its fifth-year option on his contract, sources told the Sun Sentinel.
If the option is used, Tannehill would earn nearly $16 million in 2016.
"We like the player a lot. Our hope and expectation is he'll be here for a long time," Dolphins vice president of football operations Mike Tannenbaum said. "When a long-term deal gets done, I don't have a timetable right now."
The option must be utilized by May 1.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross confirmed the team's interest when he said Monday he would like to discuss a long-term contract with Tannehill this offseason, reports the Palm Beach Post.
Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill clears air with Mike Wallace
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(3/3/15) Dolphins' WR Mike Wallace was benched in the second half of the season finale, and it's uncertain if the team will keep him in 2015.
The Dolphins can save $6.9 million by cutting Wallace in the offseason, but his quarterback has his back.
Ryan Tannehill told the Miami Herald he settled any issues with Wallace after the tumultuous final game. "We cleared the air," Tannehill said. "There's no problem there."
Despite that, Tannehill isn't sure if Wallace will return.
"I like Mike," he told the Palm Beach Post. "He’s a talented player and we’ll see what happens. It’s tough to lose a guy that works hard day in and day out at practice, but at the end of the day it’s a reminder that it’s a business. It doesn’t matter the kind of player you are or the type of relationship you have, it comes down to numbers."
GM Dennis Hickey: Dolphins will explore all options with Ryan Tannehill
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(2/18/15) Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey reiterated that the team will explore all options with Ryan Tannehill, according to NFL.com. The Sun Sentinel reported last week that the Dolphins are discussing a long-term extension with the fourth-year quarterback, with the "framework being a seven-year contract worth about $105 million (depending on incentives)."
"We feel really good about Ryan," Hickey said. "The market is what it is. We're excited about his future as our quarterback."
Tannehill is due $660,000 in 2015, plus a $1.5 million roster bonus. He set career highs in passing yards (4,045) and passing touchdowns (27) while throwing a career-low 12 interceptions last season. He has yet to make an appearance in the postseason.
Report: Dolphins discussing long-term deal with Ryan Tannehill
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
|(2/9/15) The Dolphins are discussing a long-term extension with fourth-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill, a source told the South Florida Sun Sentinel, with the "framework being a seven-year contract worth about $105 million (depending on incentives)."
The paper said the general idea is a $15 million annual salary with only the first two years guaranteed.
Miami has three options regarding Tannehill, per the paper. The team can let him play out the last year of his contract at $2.1 million and allow him to hit free agency; pick up his fifth-year option for 2016 at roughly $15 million, money that would be guaranteed in case of injury; or negotiate an extension.
Tannehill set career highs in passing yards (4,045) and passing touchdowns (27) while throwing a career-low 12 interceptions last season. He has yet to lead the Dolphins to the playoffs.
Dolphins sold on QB Ryan Tannehill
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
|(1/21/15) Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey said the team is excited about third-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill as the long-term starter, reports the Miami Herald. Tannehill set career highs this season in passing yards (4,045) and passing touchdowns (27) while throwing a career-low 12 interceptions.
"We're excited about what Ryan has brought to the Dolphins," Hickey said. "We're excited about his future with the Dolphins."
The paper said the team must decide whether to negotiate a long-term contract extension with Tannehill "or simply exercise a one-year injury guarantee option that extends Tannehill through the 2016 season."
Tannehill is due $660,000 in 2015, plus a $1.5 million roster bonus.
|Ryan Tannehill had his share of ups and downs in his sophomore campaign in 2013. The positives were he actually finished with more Fantasy points than Robert Griffin III, Jay Cutler, Eli Manning and Aaron Rodgers, although injuries played a part with several of those quarterbacks. His passing yards (3,913) and touchdowns (24) went up dramatically from his rookie year, and he had at least 18 Fantasy points in seven games. The negatives included being sacked a league-high 58 times, and he only posted 20 or more Fantasy points three times -- starting in Week 13. The good news for Tannehill this year is the offensive line should be improved with the addition of left tackle Branden Albert and first-round pick Jawuan James, and new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor should help Tannehill take the next step in his career in his third season. Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline return as the top two receivers, and the Dolphins added rookie receiver Jarvis Landry and free agent running back Knowshon Moreno. We like Tannehill as a No. 2 Fantasy quarterback, and he's not worth drafting in the majority of leagues. But if he starts off the season playing well then don't hesitate to add him. He has the potential to be a Top 12 Fantasy quarterback, but he has to prove himself first.
(Updated 5/8/14) |