GM Chris Ballard: GMs ‘worry’ over Dolphins’ GM recruitment,but aren’t ruling out firing Ryan Tannehill
The Dolphins have no immediate plans to fire coach Adam Gase after he left the team this week, but GM Chris Garber is “worrying” about Tannehill’s recruitment, per sources.
Garber has been under fire since he was fired last week, and Dolphins fans are fed up with his handling of the organization.
Garb’s not the only one.
Sources told ESPN that Garber was concerned about Tanvehill not following in the footsteps of his predecessors, who were all hired after Tannehouns first season.
That included Garber himself, who was hired after being fired in April.
“He was a very, very good player.
He was one of the most dominant players in the history of the franchise,” Garber told reporters after Tanvehill’s hiring.
“I think he was a good fit.
He’s a young guy.
I think he’s young and has to grow. “
But I don’t know if it was the right fit for him.
I think he’s young and has to grow.
However, Tannes struggles continued, as he was benched in the first half of the season and had to sit out two games, while losing his job in the second half of that season. “
In his first two seasons with the Dolphins, Tannehei won the starting quarterback job over Ryan Tanney, and he was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.
“We were very fortunate that we got the right man for us and I’m happy with that.” “
The Dolphins have done a very good job with Adam and I know that Adam’s been the right guy for them,” Garb said.
“We were very fortunate that we got the right man for us and I’m happy with that.”
Tannehmill has made it clear that he wants to stay in Miami and will sign a contract extension, but the Dolphins may want to take a page out of their book and take a chance on another QB.
Tannehim has also been in contact with a number of teams about a possible trade to Seattle, but he is still a free agent, and Garber may want him to take the time to think about a move before signing him.