Colin Kaepernick working on National Football League return as job opens up in Miami

Colin Kaepernick working on National Football League return as job opens up in Miami

Ryan Tannehill's days in Miami were numbered when the season ended and today they ended for good.

The Miami Dolphins have traded Ryan Tannehill to the Tennesse Titans. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, the deal is a one-year contract worth $7 million guaranteed, plus a chance to increase to $12 million based on playing time.

Regardless of those well-laid plans, Miami was going to cut ties with Tannehill just to get his cap hit off the books and start anew at the quarterback position. The Dolphins will save $33 million in cap over the next two seasons and are adding a 4th-round pick in 2020. He has rarely stayed healthy, and the Titans struggled last season with Blaine Gabbert at quarterback when Mariota was out.

In his career, Hekker has completed 11 of 19 passes for 156 yards and a touchdown.

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From the Titans' end the move is probably a reaction, in part, to Marcus Mariota's constant healthy issues. The 4 year starter has however been injury riddled through out his time in Tennessee which may have played into the Titan's decision to trade for Tannehill.

We've known for awhile the Dolphins were trying to move their QB of the past few years. His contract was originally set for $18.7 million for the upcoming season prior to the restructure.

Now the Miami Dolphins need a new quarterback. They have been actively examining quarterbacks in the 2019 National Football League draft class, and they seem to be a strong candidate to select a prospect in the first round of this year's draft or the next one.

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