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    Getty Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill and Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. Tennessee Titans starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill grabbed headlines on May 3 when he told Titans media that he did not believe it was his job to mentor Malik Willis, who was one of the top quarterback prospects in the 2022 NFL Draft and Tennessee drafted in the third round. “I don’t think it’s my job to mentor him,” Tannehill said of Willis, “but if he learns from me along the way, then that’s a great thing.” Play We’re Looking to Add Talented Guys That Can Help Us Win | Ryan Tannehill Player InterviewTitans QB Ryan Tannehill addresses reporters during a press conference on Tuesday at Saint Thomas Sports Park. Subscribe to the Titans YT Channel: bit.ly/2M1n3Kd For More Titans NFL Action: bit.ly/2LWlmxy #TennesseeTitans #Titans #NFL #TitanUp For more Titans action: tennesseetitans.com Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/titans Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/titans Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/titans2022-05-03T20:25:42Z The latest Chiefs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Chiefs newsletter here! Tannehill’s comments sparked some...
    Getty Images Kurt Warner looks on during the NFL combine in 2022. Other than the Pittsburgh Steelers’ selection of quarterback Kenny Pickett in the first round, quarterbacks weren’t in high demand during the 2022 NFL draft. The Tennessee Titans selected Liberty quarterback Malik Willis in the third round, who was slated to be a first-round pick. Ryan Tannehill, the starting quarterback for the Titans, held a press conference with the media on May 3. He mentioned how he reached out to Willis after the pick to congratulate him. However, Tannehill fed the world headlines when he made it clear that his job wasn’t to mentor the young 22-year-old. “We’re competing against each other, we’re watching the same tape, we’re doing the same drills — I don’t think it’s my job to mentor him,” Tannehill said. “But if he learns from me along the way, then that’s a great thing.” That sparked an immediate reaction, including from a former Arizona Cardinals great. ALL the latest Cardinals news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cardinals newsletter here! ...
    Getty Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill caught some heat for his recent comments. In case you missed it, the Tennessee Titans selected Liberty quarterback prospect Malik Willis in the third round of the NFL draft and did not inform veteran Ryan Tannehill before making the pick. After receiving some hype as a potential top-10 prospect, Willis slid on draft weekend and ended up in Tennessee. It was an unexpected landing spot, but one that made sense long-term. The raw QB prospect could use a couple of seasons to learn and develop under a veteran and the soon-to-be 34-year-old Tannehill has a contract that expires around a similar timeframe. A match made in heaven, right? Not exactly. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Tannehill Not Focused on Mentoring, Jets Unimpressed Play We’re Looking to Add Talented Guys That Can Help Us Win | Ryan Tannehill Player InterviewTitans QB Ryan Tannehill addresses reporters during a press conference on Tuesday at Saint Thomas Sports Park. Subscribe...
    Getty Tennessee Titans QB Ryan Tannehill. One of the biggest storylines of this year’s NFL Draft was how far quarterback Malik Willis fell. There was speculation that he could be a top-10 pick but ended up falling to the Tennessee Titans at the 86th pick in the third round. The Titans weren’t a team that needed a quarterback as Ryan Tannehill has been entrenched as the starter and is under contract through 2024. Tannehill will be 34 when the season starts and is coming off a lackluster season that saw the Titans disappoint in the playoffs. Willis is a project who is as raw as any quarterback prospect from this year’s class. He won’t compete for a starting spot this season and it may take two years before the Titans even consider it. Even though he doesn’t pose an immediate threat to Tannehill, the veteran doesn’t sound thrilled about the idea of mentoring his replacement. “I don’t think it’s my job to mentor him,” Tannehill said when asked about Willis. “But if he learns from me along the...
    Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill said that he doesn’t think it’s his job to mentor rookie Malik Willis when speaking with the media on Tuesday, May 3. One thing that NFL fans and media learned during the NFL Draft is that the Tennessee Titans were, indeed, in the market for a young quarterback. In the third round, the Titans traded up to select Liberty’s Malik Willis to potentially be their signal caller of the future. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill spoke to the media on Tuesday, May 3, revealing that he doesn’t think it’s his job to mentor Willis. Tannehill stance on mentoring Willis. #Titans. pic.twitter.com/fAnUdcediH — Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) May 3, 2022 Ryan Tannehil doesn’t think it’s his job to mentor Malik Willis Additionally, Tannehill revealed that he was not informed by the Titans that they were going to be selecting Willis, but he did reach out to the quarterback prospect afterwards. “I texted Malik right after we drafted him,” Tannehill said, h/t Nick Shook of Around the NFL. “I wasn’t informed of that beforehand, but it’s the same thing with...
    ATLANTA (AP) — Marcus Mariota has already addressed the most immediate issue with his new team. He’ll wear No. 1 for the Atlanta Falcons, not his usual No. 8. Pro Bowl tight end Kyle Pitts already had Mariota’s preferred number. The quarterback wasn’t about to ask Pitts to give it up, so he plans to go with the digit he wore when he first started playing football as a kid in Hawaii. “It’s kind of a full-circle moment for me,” Mariota said. “When I started playing Pop Warner, the first number I got was ‘1.’ I’m going to go back to that, which is kind of cool.” Mariota will soon have more pressing matters than the number on his jersey. A former No. 2 overall draft pick, he’s looking to get his career back on track after spending much of the last three years as a backup. Mariota has some huge shoes to fill in Atlanta, where Matt Ryan started at quarterback the last 14 years. “Something I’ve learned over the course of my career is you can’t compare...
    The Tennessee Titans got off to a tough start against the Cincinnati Bengals in their divisional playoff game. Ryan Tannehill is to blame for that. The Bengals didn’t handle the early start much better, considering they turned two appearances in Titans’ territory plus a Tannehill interception into just six points. The Titans defense came up large when it mattered most. Tannehill’s tough start had some Titans fans calling for a benching. While that may seem extreme, Tennessee doesn’t have much time to play with, as a lackluster first half can all but put them behind the eight ball against a team as talented as the Bengals. Titans backup QBThe Titans backup quarterback is…Logan Woodside! That’s right, the former Toledo quarterback would be next man up if anything were to happen to Tannehill. Nothing against Woodside, but he’s not up for this kind of challenge.Titans fans angry with Ryan TannehillAn early interception made Titans fans upset from the jump. CINCY PICKS IT OFF ON THE FIRST PLAY ‼️ (via @NFL)pic.twitter.com/n0BXM1d6K1 — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 22, 2022 As the No.1 seed...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – Ryan Tannehill has such a bright future that the Tennessee quarterback is in no mood to look back, not when the Titans need one more victory to clinch a second straight AFC South title. Tannehill finally gets his first chance Sunday to face off against the Miami Dolphins, the team that drafted him eighth overall in 2012 only to trade him in March 2019. READ MORE: Publix Supermarkets To Start Offering Paid Parental LeaveThe Dolphins, with a new general manager and new coach, even paid $5 million of his $7 million salary that year to unload him. “That was a long time ago,” Tannehill said Wednesday of his NFL start in Miami. “Ages ago. We have done some good things here and are excited to hopefully build on that as we finish out the season.” The quarterback whose knee injury kept him from playing in the one postseason he helped Miami reach in 2016 can help the Titans (10-5) earn their third straight playoff berth — all with Tannehill at quarterback. Tannehill is 30-15 as a starter since taking over in mid-October...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Ryan Tannehill fumbled and immediately dove toward the ground, trying to grab the ball back only to be beaten by his teammate, receiver A.J. Brown. With Derrick Henry and Julio Jones already on a lengthy injured reserve list, Tannehill’s Tennessee Titans teammates absolutely worry about their starting quarterback fighting for a loose ball even though they know he once played wide receiver. “He understands the game, and he knows how to protect himself,” left guard Rodger Saffold said Wednesday. “Sometimes it’s hard to trust that when he’s playing quarterback.” This season, Tannehill is doing whatever it takes to help the Titans win. He’s a big reason why Tennessee (8-2) sits atop the AFC with the NFL’s longest active winning streak at six straight even if his statistics don’t reflect all that he’s doing with Derrick Henry and Julio Jones among the 15 Titans currently on injured reserve. Tannehill’s been sacked 29 times through 10 games after being sacked only 24 times all last season. He also has had more interceptions with eight...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans will be without starting linebacker David Long Jr. on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. The Titans declared Long out Friday after the linebacker missed practice all week with an injured hamstring. Cornerback Greg Mabin (ankle) and safety Dane Cruikshank (knee) also are out. Tennessee added quarterback Ryan Tannehill to the injury report Friday with an illness — not COVID-19 related — that kept him from practicing. Tannehill was on the reserve/COVID-19 list in late August. Long, a 2019 sixth-round pick out of West Virginia, has started the last eight games for the Titans (7-2). Long picked off the first pass of his career in last week’s win over the Rams. Linebacker Rashaan Evans, who missed that game, is questionable despite not practicing the past two days with an injured ankle. Receiver Julio Jones also is questionable after being added back to the injury report with a hamstring issue that limited him Thursday. Jones did not practice Friday. Starting defensive tackle Teair Tart also is questionable with an injured groin....
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans are having serious issues protecting their quarterback. After being sacked only 24 times all of last season, Ryan Tannehill has been taken down 17 times — most in the NFL through four games. Only Carson Wentz of Indianapolis (35) and New England’s Mac Jones (34) have been hit more than Tannehill (32). Not only is Tannehill taking a beating, it’s a big reason why the Titans are off to a 2-2 start. And there’s plenty of blame to go around. “It’s been everyone,” Tannehill said Wednesday. “I don’t think you can pin it on any one group or any one person. I think everyone has played a part and as a group, we just have to clean it up. We’ve had opportunities and we’re this far away for a lot of reasons on different plays.” The Titans are moving the ball well on offense. They rank ninth averaging 394.5 yards a game and fifth in time of possession. They’re third in first downs per game. But a team that...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans led the NFL in 2020 with a plus-11 turnover margin thanks in part to how well they took care of the ball. Two games into this season, that’s proving more of a challenge. Ryan Tannehill already has lost three fumbles while being sacked, putting him halfway to the six fumbles he lost all of last season. Now three of his starting offensive linemen are hurting as well with Indianapolis (0-2) visiting Sunday. Tannehill said Wednesday the Titans (1-1) try to limit the hits he takes. Being an NFL quarterback knowing what to do with the ball and when is key. “You just don’t want to blindly stand there and and just continue to wait,” Tannehill said. “But there’s a lot of situations where you can see a receiver or the concept opening up. And, you know, you just need to stand in there for for a half-second.” Tannehill lost two fumbles when sacked in Tennessee’s season-opening loss to Arizona. He lost the third last week when sacked by Seattle,...
    Tennessee general manager Jon Robinson made a plea Thursday for people to get the "life-saving" COVID-19 vaccination as the Titans' virus outbreak grew to nine including quarterback Ryan Tannehill. "We’ve had two people that I know personally that have lost loved ones over the last couple of days to COVID from symptoms and complications," Robinson said. "And it’s a lifesaving vaccine." Robinson said Tannehill, tight end Geoff Swaim and linebacker Justin March-Lillard joined four other players on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Tannehill practiced Tuesday and talked to reporters afterward. That makes three Titans starters out. Coach Mike Vrabel revealed Thursday afternoon on a Zoom session with reporters that special teams coordinator Craig Aukerman also has been affected, missing the past two days of work, and likely missing Saturday night's preseason finale against Chicago (1-1). CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The Titans GM said the team is close to being either 97% or 98% vaccinated or with antibodies present, indicating a person recently or previously had COVID-19. Tannehill said at the start of training camp that he was in...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans’ virus outbreak keeps growing, with quarterback Ryan Tannehill among three players added Thursday to the reserve/COVID-19 list. General manager Jon Robinson said Tannehill, tight end Geoff Swaim and linebacker Justin March-Lillard are joining four other players on the reserve/COVID-19 list. That makes three Titans starters out, along with coach Mike Vrabel, bringing the team’s outbreak to eight people. Robinson said the Titans are close to being either 97% or 98% vaccinated or with antibodies present, indicating a person recently or previously had COVID-19. Tannehill said at the start of training camp that he was in the process of being vaccinated. Vrabel announced Sunday that he had tested positive for COVID-19 a day after the Titans beat Tampa Bay 34-3 in Florida. He later received monoclonal antibodies treatment. Linebacker Harold Landry was the first starter affected by the team’s latest virus outbreak, going on the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday. Robinson said the Titans, who stepped up precautions and required masks inside the team’s headquarters Tuesday, are going “above and beyond” what they did last season...
    Surprise! Emily VanCamp Secretly Welcomes 1st Child With Husband Josh Bowman Stocks Fall as Federal Reserve Summit Kicks Off and Kabul Blast Raises Caution The Tennessee Titans are placing quarterback Ryan Tannehill on the reserve/COVID-19 list, general manager Jon Robinson said Thursday morning.  Titans GM Jon Robinson said starting QB Ryan Tannehill has been placed on covid-19 list. Tannehill is vaccinated. Robinson said Tannehill is feeling OK. Titans HC Mike Vrabel tested positive for covid and there are other positive tests with players/coaches in the organization.— Cameron Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) August 26, 2021 Robinson said Tannehill is vaccinated and is "feeling OK," per Cameron Wolf of NFL Network. He urged everyone to get vaccinated and said the team is 97-98% vaccinated or have the antibodies.  The COVID-19 vaccines are designed to lower the chance of death and severe symptoms. It does not prevent people from contracting the virus. Unvaccinated people who contracted the coronavirus were more than 29 times more likely to be hospitalized than a vaccinated individual who contracted it, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study from...
    Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill didn't want the COVID-19 vaccine, but says he's getting it because the NFL 'forced his hand' with protocols that would have made his life 'miserable' otherwise.  'I'm currently in the [vaccination] process right now,' Tannehill told reporters after Thursday's training camp practice.'The NFL has kind of made it clear what they want to happen. If you don't fall in line, they're going to make your life miserable with all the protocols. 'It is what it is,' he continued. 'I love this game. I love this team. I want to be able to compete and do the things I think are important to build chemistry and win football games. Ultimately, that forced my hand into getting the vaccine.'  NFL players are only encouraged to get the vaccine, while all Tier 1 and 2 personnel, which includes coaches, are required to get the injection. The protocols for unvaccinated players remain the same as they were for everyone during the 2020 season. The difference now, since the release of several vaccines, is that players who have gotten the...
    Current Car Loan Interest Rates Best inverse and short ETFs — here’s what to know before buying them © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad When the Titans traded for Julio Jones, they were making a clear statement that they view themselves as Super Bowl contenders. But one event that has the potential to derail those hopes is an injury to starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill has stayed healthy since becoming the Titans’ starter during the 2019 season, but if Tannehill goes down, the only other quarterbacks on the roster are Logan Woodside and DeShone Kizer. For his part, Woodside believes he’s up to the task if called upon. “I know that there’s going to be competition and that’s great and that’s how it should be,” Woodside told the Nashville Tennessean. “I think that just the opportunity that the Titans have given me, I’m extremely grateful and I’ve just tried to not want to let them down. So every day, I’ve just tried to go in and have a great attitude...
    Ryan Tannehill was the most improbable quarterback who played in the NFL’s 2020 conference championship weekend. Tannehill fell short of leading the Titans past the eventual Super Bowl 54 campion Chiefs in the AFC title game in Kansas City on Sunday for a third consecutive road-upset playoff win. He was on the brink of the third QB from the talented 2012 draft class to go to a Super Bowl, joining Russell Wilson and Nick Foles. At the end of the 2018 season, it looked like Tannehill might never be a relevant starter again. His time with the Dolphins, the team that selected him No. 8 overall, was running out after six mostly average seasons and another one lost to a torn ACL. But Tannehill had the fortune of landing in a second ideal spot in Tennessee. Since he took over starting to replace Marcus Mariota in Week 7 of the 2019 season, the team has gone 12-3. Here’s breaking down the Tannehill thrill ride from Miami to Nashville: MORE: Why Marcus Mariota was benched for Ryan Tannehill Ryan Tannehill trade from Dolphins to Titans, first new contract...
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