Ryan Tannehill switches agents before free agency

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The Titans have some big decisions to make, and big money to spend this offseason.

At least they can save a few phone minutes.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Titans quarterback and soon-to-be free agent Ryan Tannehill has hired new agents. He has switched from Pat Dye Jr. to CAA, where he’ll be represented by Brian Ayrault and Todd France.

CAA also represents Titans running back and soon-to-be free agent Derrick Henry, meaning they’ll play a big part in the future of the Titans offense.

Tannehill should do well for himself this offseason after replacing Marcus Mariota in the starting lineup midseason and leading the Titans to the AFC Championship Game.

3 responses to “Ryan Tannehill switches agents before free agency

  1. This is not good news for the Titans. CAA is the agency telling Dak he is worth more than the 33 million a year the Cowboys offered.

  2. Ryan Tannehill would is from Lubbock, Texas and went to Texas A&M.

    Tannehill would be an upgrade in Dallas.

  3. As a Dolphins Fan, I am happy to see Tannehill get paid! He is an average QB at best so let the buyer beware, but with a solid OLine and a real running game this guy is a top 12 QB and they are hard to come by. Tannehill’s problem in Miami was numerous, but he excels in Play Action, but no one believed the Fins could run. As a result he owned the record for sack, hits and pressures for a combined 3 years! He also has had numerous regime, offensive scheme and coaching changes. This guy deserves better. He got screwed at Texas A&M and it continued in the NFL. He was not a Wide Receiver as dopey Dolphins Fans would say… he was a top Texas HS QB that was a good enough athlete to play another position while waiting for his chance. This compliments his skillset and attitude. I hope the Titans understand this or he moves on as a Starter like with the Cowboys, Bucs, Chargers or Panthers.

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