The Miami Dolphins will begin OTAs on Tuesday and have their final session from June 11-14. Fans will be watching one player above all others when the team takes the practice field.
No, it isn’t first-round rookie safety Minkah Fitzpatrick—although plenty of eyes will be on him as well.cheap nfl nike jerseys from china
Per Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, quarterback Ryan Tannehill—who missed the last three games of the 2016 regular season with a partially torn ACL and then all of 2017 after completely tearing it in practice last August—will be participating in workouts. Luckily for the Dolphins, it looks like he will be practicing without many (if any) limitations.
Offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains said the team is formulating a plan for Tannehill, although he’s optimistic that he is in for a big year:
“We’re in the process of putting together a good plan for him coming up with OTAs. What I’ve been able to see from him is that he’s a good thrower that can make all of the throws. … There’s not a throw he can’t make, and we’re just in the process of cleaning up the communication things. There’s some fundamental stuff that we’re working hard on. As far as throwing, I haven’t seen any limitations in anything.”nfl cheap jerseys nike
Tannehill, who turns 30 in July, better have a big season. After the team restructured his contract in March, there was no chance he was going anywhere right away, but the Dolphins could shave over $13 million off the salary cap by releasing him in 2019 and over $19 million in 2020.cheap nike nfl jerseys free shipping
There was ample speculation before the 2018 draft that Miami might take a quarterback early. While it didn’t, there’s little dispute this is a make-or-break season for the seventh-year veteran. nfl nike jerseys for cheap