Dolphins' Tannehill injured after awkward fall in practice

Aug 04, 2017, 00:26
Dolphins' Tannehill injured after awkward fall in practice

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill was injured Thursday morning during practice at the team's training camp. Moore went 2-2 as a starter when filling in for Tannehill last season. PCL damage could set the signal-caller back anywhere from two to eight weeks. But Tannehill was adamant about not undergoing surgery because he wanted to be healthy enough to participate in all of Miami's offseason programs.

Fantasy Impact Tannehill left practice under his own power Thursday after sustaining a non-contact injury to his lower body while scrambling to the sidelines. Tannehill, 29, has completed about 63 percent of his passes in his National Football League career so far, with an overall passer rating of 86.5 and 106 touchdown throws.

If anything Tannehill has proven himself to be super human when it comes to taking hits and injuries.

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