Tannehill's deal reportedly reaches $12 million when playtime and other incentives are taken into consideration.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, the deal involves the Dolphins getting a fourth-round pick back in 2020 as well as a 2019 seventh-round pick, while the Titans receive Tannehill and a sixth-round pick in 2019.
It was widely rumored that Tannehill, once expected to be the team's savior, would leave. The Dolphins haven't really been linked to many quarterbacks in the upcoming 2019 NFL Draft, but that's largely a result of where they're picking.More news: Marvel debuts new 'Avengers: Endgame' trailer
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In Tennessee Tannehill will not likely be given a chance to start but given the injury history of Marcus Mariota, Tannehill will likely see plenty of opportunities to play with the Titans. He threw for 854 yards, six touchdowns and only two interceptions in 2015, which made many think he could really play in the National Football League should he be given a shot. He hasn't played a full season in two years.
Tannehill's skill set should fit well behind Mariota as both players rely on accuracy and movement to succeed.
In six years as the starter in Miami, the former first round pick threw for 20,324 yards with 123 touchdowns while completing 62 percent of his passes.
The Dolphins spent seven years trying to get a full evaluation of Tannehill, and ultimately they decided it would be a counterproductive same-old Dolphins' way of thinking to let him get another shot under a new staff. Brian Flores was hired to replace Adam Gase as head coach after the season ended.