Good news for the entire Miami Dolphins organization.
It has just been reported, via Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald that Ryan Tannehill's knee has fully healed and he should be ready to go at the start of the 2017 NFL season, which is a little more than six months away.
Tannehill was not able to go in the final four games of last season, and many believed he would need surgery to repair the ACL and MCL in his left knee.
Salguero reported earlier today that sources close to Tannehill have confirmed that the QB passes tests that "determine the stability and functionality of his knees and that he is now ready to go" (Miami Herald).
Salguero also reports that Tannehill's knee "will not be any more susceptible to a future ACL tear in his left knee following his completed rehabilitation than if he'd had reconstructive surgery."
This is excellent news for the team, who will look to get better in its second year under HC Adam Gase.