Dolphins' Tannehill to have season-ending surgery

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill stretches with teammates during NFL football training camp in Davie Fla. A person familiar with the decision says Tannehill will have surgery to repair the torn ACL

Tannehill will be placed on injured reserve, the person said. But it all changed really quickly last week, when Tannehill went down untouched during practice.

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill talks with Jay Cutler during warmups before pre-season game against Atlanta Falcons at Hard Rock Stadium.

Tannehill won the No. 1 job for Miami's opener in his rookie season of 2012 and made 77 consecutive starts before his injury last season.

Tannehill and the Dolphins elected rehabilitation and stem-cell treatment instead of surgery, and it seemed to be a good decision.

Coach Adam Gase believes Tannehill can and will help new quarterback Jay Cutler adjust to his projected role as starter. It was reinjured August 3, on a noncontact play, when Tannehill crumbled to the ground while scrambling in practice.

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The 29-year-old initially injured his knee against the Arizona Cardinals in December, partially tearing the ACL. Cutler is fortunate that Tannehill and backup Matt Moore are regarded as unselfish teammates. While the Dolphins won't challenge the Patriots for the AFC East crown, they're improved roster gives them a chance to make their second straight playoff appearance if Cutler returns to form.

Tannehill had the best year of his career in 2016 with the aid of Gase, who calls Miami's offensive plays.

Tannehill's $17.98 million salary for this year is fully guaranteed.

Tannehill has thrown 24-plus touchdowns in three of his five seasons and threw 19 in 13 games last season.