first_img NFL free agency rumors: Teddy Bridgewater to re-sign with Saints With Tannehill now on board, Titans general manager Jon Robinson said Friday the team will release Blaine Gabbert, who backed up Mariota last season. Tannehill, who will turn 31 in July, had been Miami’s starter when healthy since 2012, when the Dolphins selected him with the eighth overall pick in the draft. He started 11 games last season, completing 64.2 percent of his passes for 1,979 yards with 17 touchdowns and nine interceptions.  Marcus Mariota has an experienced new backup. The Titans announced Friday they have acquired Ryan Tannehill from the Dolphins in a deal that also involves three draft picks. Tennessee will also get a 2019 sixth-round pick in the deal, with Miami receiving a 2019 seventh-round pick and a fourth-round selection in 2020.  His departure leaves Miami with only two quarterbacks under contract: Jake Rudock and Luke Falk. “We would like to thank Ryan for his commitment to the Miami Dolphins over the last seven seasons,” Dolphins general manager Chris Grier said in a release. “Ryan is a tireless worker who always put the team first. We wish him the best with the next step of his career.” #Titans acquire QB Ryan Tannehill (@ryantannehill1) from the Dolphins🚨 Trade Alert 🚨 » https://t.co/toVdZoeC9R pic.twitter.com/zDr4xIEbuT— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) March 15, 2019Tannehill’s agents, who initially announced the trade on social media, said the veteran QB had signed a restructured one-year contract with Tennessee. The reworked deal guarantees him $7 million in 2019 and could top $12 million with incentives, NFL Media said. ESPN reported Miami will pay $5 million of that guarantee.  Related Newslast_img