Ryan Tannehill He missed five games this season, and the Titans were just 6-6 when he played. He threw his pass for the fewest touchdowns since his rookie season in 2012.
The Titans have to make a decision at that position.
Despite coach Mike Vrabel endorsing Tannehill as a quarterback, the quarterback has a cap hit of $36.6 million and the Titans could save $18 million by cutting him. There is a nature.
New general manager Ran Carson said at his introductory press conference that he needs time to evaluate Tannehill.
“Me don’t think it’s fair At this point,” Carthon said via ESPN’s Turron Davenport. “We are still evaluating the roster. Ryan has been great here. He has won many football games. We need more time to evaluate the
Tannehill, who turns 35 in July, said “definitely”good years left“
His past two seasons have been mediocre, going 17-11 with 34 touchdowns, 20 interceptions and a 91.5 passer rating. In his defense, the Titans receiving corps suffered offseason trades. AJ Brown Offensive line injuries play a big role in the 80 sacks he has taken over the past two seasons.
“This is a quarterback-led league,” Carton said. “People are hired and fired for the position every day. I want to spend more time evaluating the position, so I have my own opinion. will resolve.”
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