And while the team continues to await more test results on the quarterback’s knee — one in which he initially sprained the ACL and MCL last December, but did not need surgery — team officials still realize it might be the best long-term solution to have Tannehill undergo a procedure that would fully repair the partially torn ligaments. Such a scenario probably would end his season, and team sources say that scenario remains on the table.
Trainer who left withTannehill comes out of building and gives coach Adam Gase a report. No idea what that is. No obvious reaction by Gase.— Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) August 3, 2017
The energy level in practice has gone down significantly since Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill went down w/what appears to be a left leg injury.— James Walker (@JamesWalkerNFL) August 3, 2017
I'm told the Dolphins are hoping for the best (obviously) after Tannehill is examined but same source tells me team fearing the worst.— Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) August 3, 2017