DAVIE, Fla. — Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is already growing tired of questions about his left knee. He was asked throughout spring practices and minicamp and couldn’t avoid the same questions during the first week of training camp.
“The knee is really good. It feels really good,” Tannehill said with a grin. “I haven’t had any changes since the spring. I was a full participant in the spring and still going really well.
“Now we don’t have to address that anymore, right? [Laughter.] We’re good?”
Tannehill suffered a sprained ACL and MCL and missed the final four games of last season, which included Miami’s playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Many were surprised his knee didn’t require surgery. But the Dolphins and Tannehill, who is arguably one of the toughest players on the team, decided rehabbing the knee and wearing a brace was best.
Now, all eyes are on Tannehill to see if anything will change with his mobility and playing style. So far, he hasn’t missed any practice time, and it doesn’t look like last season’s knee injury will have a negative impact going forward.
Tannehill has perhaps the most complete supporting cast of his pro career. Miami has a Pro Bowl receiver in Jarvis Landry, a speedy deep threat in Kenny Stills, a talented former first-round pick in DeVante Parker, a red zone weapon in tight end Julius Thomas and a balanced running game led by Pro Bowl tailback Jay Ajayi.
The Dolphins are building an offense that’s flexible,…
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