Peyton Manning showed up to the Dolphins' facility earlier this spring to work with Ryan Tannehill and help teach him coach Adam Gase's offense.
Ryan Tannehill has been studying tape of Adam Gase's offenses in Denver and Chicago since late February.
Ryan Tannehill expects to have more freedom at the line of scrimmage under new coach Adam Gase.
According to ESPN's KC Joyner, Ryan Tannehill made "bad decisions" on only 0.7 percent of his throws last season.
In an interview on ESPN's First Take, Greg Jennings said Ryan Tannehill is "far" from elite.
Greg Jennings said that Ryan Tannehill badly wants "more freedom" under new coach Adam Gase and his staff.
No quarterback has been sacked more than Ryan Tannehill since 2012.
The Dolphins aren't expected to draft a quarterback to compete with Ryan Tannehill for the starting job.
New Dolphins OC Clyde Christensen said his "No. 1 job" is to be Ryan Tannehill's "ally."
In a radio interview, new Dolphins coach Adam Gase called Ryan Tannehill's disappointing 2015 campaign "a hiccup."
New Dolphins GM Chris Grier supported Ryan Tannehill as the team's starting quarterback at Monday's introductory press conference.
Ryan Tannehill completed 25-of-38 passes for 350 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions in the Dolphins' Week 17 win over the Patriots.
Coach Dan Campbell said Monday that Ryan Tannehill (ankle) is "day to day," and "my gut says he should be ready to go" for Week 17 against New England.
Ryan Tannehill reportedly discovered blood in his urine during the week leading up to Sunday's Week 16 loss to Indianapolis.