Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, stands on the sidelines, during the second half of a game against Tampa Bay in November. Tannehill missed the 2017 season after knee surgery but the Dolphins say he will be their starter in 2018.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, stands on the sidelines, during the second half of a game against Tampa Bay in November. Tannehill missed the 2017 season after knee surgery but the Dolphins say he will be their starter in 2018. Wilfredo Lee AP
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, stands on the sidelines, during the second half of a game against Tampa Bay in November. Tannehill missed the 2017 season after knee surgery but the Dolphins say he will be their starter in 2018. Wilfredo Lee AP
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