Ryan Tannehill is an American football player who plays as quarterback for the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League (NFL). Previously, he played college football at Texas A & M and was drafted in the eighth overall pick by the Miami Dolphin in the NFL Draft 2012. Ryan spent his seven years of life while being Dolphin’s primary starter. Initially, he served as the backup and led the team to participate in the AFC Championship Game. He was honored with the title of NFL Comeback Player of the Year and was later selected to be in the Pro Bowl.
Ryan Timothy Tannehill III was born on 27th July 1988 and as of 2022, he is merely 34 years old. He was born in Lubbock, Texas, and was brought up in Big Spring, Texas. He attended his high school called Big Spring High School and played football and basketball while running on the track and field. For his sophomore season, he played overall 10 games as a defensive back. While in his junior seasons, he passed overall 2,510 yards and rushed for 922 at quarterback. After spending a long journey of sophomore and senior seasons at his high school, he left his high school while being a three-star recruit according to Rivals.com. Ryan Timothy was not only the legend of football and basketball but also performed well in the track and the field while completing hurdling and jumping events.
Ryan Tannehill Career
In 2012, Ryan Timothy was selected by the NFL 2012 draft by the Miami Dolphins with the overall eighth pick. He was selected as the first quarterback by the Dolphins in the first round after the record was made by Dan Marino who was selected in the 27th overall pick in 1983. He became the 17th starting quarterback for the Dolphins. On 20th August 2012, Tannehill was named the starting quarterback for the season opener against the Houston Texans. He finished the season while scoring for 219 yards, no touchdowns, and three interceptions with a loss and overall scores of 30-10. On 15th December 2015, he threw 236 yards, one touchdown for the Dolphins with a 31-24 loss against the New York Giants on Monday Night Football.
The loss eliminated the Dolphins from the playoffs for the other seventh consecutive years. He finished the 2015 season with 4,208 passing yards, 24 touchdowns, and 12 receptions. On 15th March 2019, Tannehill was traded by the Dolphins and was later drafted in the sixth round in the NFL Draft of 2019 to the Tennessee Titans in the exchange for the fourth-round selection in the 2020 draft. Tannehill finished the 2019 season with 2,742 passing yards, 22 touchdowns, and six interceptions.
He went forward with 43 carries, 185 yards, four touchdowns in 12 games, and 10 starts. His efforts and performance led the league to set a franchise record with a 117.5 quarterback rating and 9.6 yards per attempt. He made the franchise record with a 70.3 completion percentage. Tannehill finished the season 2021 with 3,734 passing yards, 21 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions. He led the Titans to gain back-to-back AFC South titles in history and helped the team to clinch the #1 seed in the AFC for the first time since 2008.
Ryan Tannehill Biography
|Real Name||Ryan Timothy Tannehill III|
|Birth Date||27 July 1988|
|Age (as of 2022)||33 Years|
|Birth Place||Lubbock, Texas, United States|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 4” – in Centimeters – 193 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 98 kg – in Pounds – 217 lbs|
|Shoe Size||14 (U.S.)|
|School||Big Spring High School|
|College||Texas A&M University|
|Children||Two (Steel Ryan Tannehill)|
Ryan spent seven years with Miami before getting traded to Tennessee where he won the title of NFL comeback player of the year award. His victories have been made possible because of getting support at home, coming from his wife named Lauren Tannehill. The pair have spent a steady relationship of around 13 years with two kids. Both Ryan and Lauren went to Texas A & M University, where Ryan was the star quarterback and Lauren was studying communications and psychology. However, they do not straightway meet at the university rather they meet in Florida during the spring break. Upon meeting, they got connected in a love affair. They established a strong bond connecting with the faith and love for each other.
The family now holds a strong connection with their heart. After spending three years together, the couple got married in 2009 in Mexico. Lauren Tannehill was born on 28th July 1988, which is only one day after the birth of Ryan Tannehill. He was brought up in Atlanta, Georgia. Her Instagram has attracted a lot of fan following with 50K followers. She uses the platform to express her love for her two kids and her husband, Ryan. She also owes the Twitter account which she utilizes to interact with the fans, showing empathy for the support that her husband gets from the public.
Ryan Tannehill Net Worth
On 28th July 2012, Tannehill signed a four-year contract as a rookie with Dolphins with a worth amount of $12.688 million. On 15th March 2019, the Dolphins had Tannehill traded in the sixth round of the selection of 2019 NFL Draft to Tennessee Titans with the worth of $7 million and up to $12 million as incentives with a one-year deal. Later on 17th March 2020, Tannehill signed a four-year contract of extension with the Titans with a worth of $118 million and $62 million as the guaranteed price. It is for sure that Ryan Tannehill must be earning around $5 million as his net worth.
- Tannehill earned lots of achievements and awards after getting traded to the Titans in the 2019 NFL Draft.
- He earned the highest passer ratings for the 2019 seasons with an average of 117.5. Also, he made yards per pass attempt of the season 2019 with a 9.59 average.
- Tannehill graduated with a degree of bachelor’s in biology in May 2011.
- He already had the plan of becoming an orthopedic surgeon specializing in knee injuries.