Ryan Tannenhill leaves the field injured during training camp.

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill suffered a non-contact leg injury during Thursday morning training camp practice. The 29-year-old then walked off the field gingerly.

The Dolphins organization had no immediate update on Tannehill’s progress or the severity of the injury.

On 11-on-11 drills, Tannehill was scrambling out of the pocket on a pass play. After the quarterback went to the sideline, he immediately went down awkwardly. He stayed there for about 20 second while teammates surrounded him.
Tannehill then got up and walked to the Dolphins locker room slowly but with a noticeable limp. He was guided to the locker room by two Dolphins officials, but he was able to walk on his own.
Last December, Tannehill injured his left knee in a game against the Arizona Cardinals. He would miss the Dolphins last regular season game with an ACL and MCL sprain.
Since returning from his injury, Tannehill has been wearing a brace on his left knee. During OTAs, minicamp and training camp, Tannehill has told reporters that his knee is fully healed and it hasn’t affected his game at all.
It is not known if the injury happened to Tannehill’s left or right knee. The three other quarterback on the Dolphins roster are Matt Moore, David Fales and Brandon Doughty.

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