While many think there’s no doubt that Ryan Tannehill is going to be the QB of the possible present and future for the Dolphins, there were mixed results coming out of how he played in his first minicamp.
Miami offense on Thursday, and, by most accounts, the rookie did offer some good moments. There also was some bad. Tannehill threw two interceptions, and at times had trouble with his timing, leading to drops from a few receivers (there were nearly 80 from his receivers during his time at Texas A&M). But it was the interceptions Philbin didn’t like. … Although [Matt Moore and David Garrard] will presumably remain ahead of Tannehill in the pecking order, Philbin warned, “it’s not fair to say” Tannehill won’t be ready to play this season. “We like his maturity. We like his poise. We like his intelligence,” Philbin said of Tannehill.