Tannehill turns 31 in July, and his departure from Miami had been expected.
The 30-year-old Tannehill has been the Dolphins starting QB since he was drafted with the eighth overall pick of the 2012 National Football League draft out of Texas A&M. Before the trade, Tannehill had two years remaining on his contract and would've been paid a base salary of $18.7 million in 2019 and $19.4 million in 2020. Tennessee has signed the 30-year-old signal caller to a one-year deal that is reportedly worth $7 million in fully guaranteed money, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. In Tennessee Tannehill will be the clear #2 to Marcus Mariota on a Titans team that is young and upcoming.
The Dolphins are obviously moving in a new direction but where the Dolphins turn to find their next quarterback is anyone's guess at this point.
But Tannehill never lived up to expectations in Miami.
The Dolphins are seeking their quarterback of the future under new coach Brian Flores.
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The Titans also received a 2019 sixth-round pick in the swap. The fact that as an unrestricted free agent he was signed by Tennessee on Friday after 10 seasons here should in no way take away from what he accomplished with the Dolphins.
Tannehill missed all of 2017 and missed five games in 2019 due to a shoulder issue.
He said at the end of 2018 he wanted to remain with the Dolphins. However, according to at least one report, the quarterback has interest in the Dolphins.
In six years as the starter in Miami, the former first round pick threw for 20,324 yards with 123 touchdowns while completing 62 percent of his passes.