Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill sustained an injury to his left knee on August 3 during the team’s training camp practice. The injury came on a non-contact play, with the quarterback rolling toward the sideline. The team has not confirmed any prognosis on the knee, which is the same knee Tannehill injured near the end of the 2016 season, causing him to miss the final three games of the regular season and the team’s first playoff game since 2008.
At that time, Tannehill sprained the left knee, which included a partially torn ACL. Medical advise over the offseason pushed away from surgery on the knee, instead using rehab and stem-cell treatment to try to repair the knee. Tannehill was cleared for football operations and was said to be 100 percent for the season. He has been wearing a knee brace in practices, and is planning to wear the brace throughout the season.
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