Ryan Tannehill Biography
Ryan Tannehill (Full name- Ryan Timothy Tannehill III) is an American football quarterback who was born on July 27, 1988, Lubbock, Texas, U.S. Currently, he plays for the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Texas A&M and was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the first round (eighth overall) in the 2012 NFL Draft.
Ryan Tannehill Wife
Tannehill was married to his lovely wife Lauren Tannehill in 2012 January in Mexico. They first met in the Panama City, Florida in 2009 and dated for two years before settling down. Moreover, they studied at the same University. The couple is blessed with a beautiful daughter named Stella Rose Tannehill born in 2018 and son Steel Ryan Tannehill who was born in 2016.
Ryan Tannehill’s wife/spouse is a famous American model who currently works for Page 713 Model and Talent Agency and she has done photo shoots for several other Magazines. The couple seems to be living a happy married life since there are no rumors of their divorce and separation. Ryan posts several photos with his wife and children on his official Instagram account.
Ryan Tannehill Age
Ryan Tannehill was born on July 27, 1988, Lubbock, Texas, U.S. He presently plays quarterback for the Tennessee Titans of the NFL. He is 31 years old as of 2019.
Ryan Tannehill Height
The Famous NFL star at a towering 6 feet 4 inch in height and weighs a massive 94 kg. Ryan Tannehill is not only a world-class athlete but also a highly attractive individual with likable character.
Ryan Tannehill Jersey
At the Tennessee Titans, Ryan Tannehill wears Jersey number 17. Customized original version of the jersey are available on www.nflshop.com. They retail for between $27.99 and $149.99 inclusive of shipment.
Ryan Tannehill Miami Dolphins
Ryan Tannehill ran the 40-yard dash in 4.58 seconds at his pro day. He was considered the #3 quarterback prospect in the 2012 NFL Draft class behind Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III.
The Miami Dolphins selected Tannehill with the 8th overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. He was the first quarterback selected by the Dolphins in the first round since 1983 when Dan Marino went 27th overall. Ryan Tannehill became the 17th starting quarterback by the Dolphins since Marino and only the third quarterback taken in the first round in franchise history, after Hall of Famers Bob Griese and Marino. Tannehill signed his four-year rookie contract on July 28, 2012, with the Dolphins worth approximately $12.688 million, with a 5th-year option.
Ryan Tannehill signed a six-year on May 18, 2015, $96 million contract extension with the Dolphins through the 2020 season, making him an unrestricted free agent in 2021. Tannehill became the 64th quarterback in NFL history to post a perfect 158.3 passer rating in an October 25, 2015 victory over the Houston Texans. In the same game, Tannehill set the all-time NFL record for consecutive completed passes with 25, completing his first 18 passes of the game and the final 7 of his previous game. (In 2018, Philip Rivers & Nick Foles tied his record, but they did it in one game.)
Ryan Tannehill then had a rough spell: during a Thursday Night game he threw 2 interceptions and 0 touchdowns in a 36–7 loss to the New England Patriots, and in three successive games against the Patriots, Bills and Eagles fumbled one ball in the end zone for an opposition safety. Tannehill left the Dolphins when he was traded ti the Tennessee Titans on March 15, 2019.
Ryan Tannehill Injury
In October 2018 there was controversy on the reporting of Ryan Tannehill’s injury status. He was mysteriously unavailable for a game in Miami. As a result, the league reviewed the team’s reporting of Tannehill’s injury, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported.
A quick review of the public injury report listed Tannehill as questionable with a right shoulder injury for the Week 6 meeting with Chicago — an injury that also has ruled him out that week’s game. That seemed adequate, but Ryan Tannehill was also listed as a full participant in practice on within the same week, essentially eliminating concern about his status — that is, until he was a limited participant on Friday of the same week. A vast majority of full participants don’t suddenly end up inactive on Sunday, unless it’s a healthy scratch, but the downgrade to questionable raised a slight eyebrow.
But the concern was slight at best, and yet, Ryan Tannehill wasn’t able to go against Chicago. Coach Adam Gase was rather defensive when asked about the strange development, halfheartedly citing HIPAA laws before snapping at reporters and telling them to ask Tannehill about the injury.
Tannehill tore his ACL during a non- contact scramble in training camp just before the beginning of the 2007 season. The damage required surgery which meant he was going to be unavailable to feature at all for the entire season. This prompted his team to sign a replacement player. However, Ryan Tannehill later reclaimed his team’s starting quarterback role after full recovery from the injury.
Ryan Tannehill College
After turning down offers from the University of Houston, TCU, Tulsa, and UTEP, Tannehill redshirted his first season (2007) at Texas A&M.
Mike Sherman took over as head coach before Tannehill’s second season. Ryan Tannehill competed against veteran quarterback Stephen McGee and redshirt sophomore Jerrod Johnson for the starting quarterback position in summer camp. He finished third in the contest, behind Johnson and then McGee. Sherman, whose offense utilizes true receivers, moved Tannehill to wide receiver.
Ryan Tannehill and Jerrod Johnson competed for the starting quarterback position during the 2009 offseason but the job was won by Johnson.
Tannehill finished the 2009 season with a team-leading 46 receptions for 609 yards and four touchdowns. About 80% of his 46 catches went for first downs or touchdowns. Ryan Tannehill picked up All-Big 12 Honorable Mention honors for his performance and only took eight snaps at quarterback the entire season.
During the first six games of the 2010 season Tannehill continued to play wide receiver. Over those six games, he made 11 catches for 143 yards attempted 4 passes during the season opener.
Tannehill started all 13 games in 2011, (including the bowl game) at quarterback for the Aggies and served as team captain. He threw for 3,744 yards and 29 touchdowns, with 15 interceptions. Tannehill completed 61.6% of his passes and posted a quarterback rating of 133.2. He also ran for 3 touchdowns. Ryan Tannehill lost the final game of the regular season to Texas A&M’s rival, the University of Texas, on Thanksgiving Day, the last time the teams would play to date.
Tannehill finished his quarterback career at Texas A&M with a total of 5,450 passing yards 42 touchdown passes and 21 interceptions.
Ryan Tannehill Net Worth | Salary
Ryan Tannehill as an NFL player has an average salary of $19,250,000 annually with a signing bonus of $11,500,000. He has an estimated net worth of $40 million as of 2019.
Ryan Tannehill Titans | Contract
The Dolphins traded Ryan Tannehill and a sixth-round selection in the 2019 NFL Draft on March 15, 2019, to the Tennessee Titans in exchange for a fourth-round selection in the 2020 draft and a seventh-round selection in the 2019 draft. Tannehill signed a one-year deal with the Titans worth $7 million with up to $12 million in incentives following the trade.
Ryan Tannehill Stats
|Most passing completions in a single season||392||2014|
|Most passing completions in a rookie season||282||2012|
|Highest completion percentage, career||62.2%||2012-2016|
|Highest completion percentage in a single season||66.4%||2014|
|Most passing yards in a rookie season||3,294||2012|
|Most passing attempts in a rookie season||484||2012|
|Longest rush by a quarterback||48 yards||2013|
|Longest rush by a rookie quarterback||31 yards||2012|
|Most consecutive pass completions||25||2015|