Miami traded last year's starter Ryan Tannehill to the Titans on Friday, so it's in the market for a new face under center.
Tannehill's deal reportedly reaches $12 million when playtime and other incentives are taken into consideration.
In exchange, the Dolphins get a fourth-round pick in 2020 and a seventh-round pick in 2019.
The Dolphins sent Tannehill and a 2019 sixth-round pick to Tennessee.
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The Dolphins chose to move on from Tannehill earlier this offseason and they've spent the last few weeks actively pursuing a trade.
As part of the trade for former #Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill, the #Titans released QB Blaine Gabbert. Paying big-time money for a backup quarterback has proven to be a viable approach (see: the Eagles and Nick Foles) and it makes all the sense in the world for the Titans, a team with Marcus Mariota now positioned as its starter. He missed the 2017 season with a knee injury.
Tannehill played collegiately at Texas A&M, where he threw for 5,450 yards and 42 touchdowns in 50 games, with 25 starts. He's also playing on a fifth-year option worth $20.9 million and he's set to be a free agent after the season. He went unsigned in free agency each of the last two offseasons, causing the 31-year-old to file a grievance against the National Football League and its owners for collusion, a case that was settled out of court last month. Both have had minimal playing time under center. The belief is Miami might be willing to eschew taking a quarterback in the first round this year in order to set itself up to take one in next year's draft.