Get To Know More About Ryan Tannehill, Personal Life, Career, Net Worth

What is Ryan Tannehill’s Net Worth and Salary?

With a net worth of $90 million, American quarterback Ryan Tannehill plays professional football. In the NFL, Ryan Tannehill is a player with the Tennessee Titans. He had previously been a member of the Miami Dolphins from 2012 to 2018. Among the high points of his career have been winning the NFL Comeback Player of the Year award in 2019 and leading the Titans to back-to-back division wins in 2020 and 2021.


Ryan inked a $12.684 million, four-year contract with Miami in July 2012. He inked a four-year, $118 million contract with the Tennessee Titans in March 2020. The agreement, which is valued at $29.5 million a year, contains guarantees totaling $91 million and $62 million. Ryan Tannehill received $35 million in salary and endorsements between June 2017 and June 2018. Ryan’s pay alone over his first 12 seasons in the NFL was $195 million.

Early Life and High School

Born in Lubbock, Texas on July 27, 1988, Ryan Tannehill III grew up in Big Spring, which is close by. He attended Big Spring High School, where he competed in track and field and played basketball and football. Tannehill led the football club to the playoffs in his final season, passing for 1,258 yards and rushing for another 617.

Collegiate Career

Tannehill played football for the Aggies for four seasons while attending Texas A&M University for his collegiate studies. In 2008, he had 844 receiving yards after redshirting in 2007. In 2009, Tannehill was the Aggies’ top wide receiver with 46 grabs for 609 yards and four touchdowns. For the first six games of the 2010 season, he remained at wide receiver before switching back to quarterback. Tannehill passed for 449 yards in his first career start at quarterback, a school record. He started all 13 games at quarterback in his senior season at Texas A&M (2011), throwing for 3,744 yards, 29 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions.

Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins selected Tannehill with the eighth overall choice in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft. He went on to have an amazing first season, setting rookie records for passing attempts, completions, and yards for the team. Tannehill became the seventh quarterback in Dolphins history to achieve 3,000 passing yards in a single season. He also set a franchise record for the longest run by a quarterback in a single play, measuring 31 yards. Even though he was fired a league-high 58 times during the 2013 season, he still exceeded that total once more. Tannehill completed 392 passes for a career-high 4,045 yards in passing in 2014. With 25 straight passes completed, he set an NFL record the following season. With 24 touchdowns and 12 interceptions, Tannehill concluded the 2015 season with a career-high 4,208 throwing yards.

For the first time in eight years, the Dolphins finished with a winning record and qualified for the postseason in the 2016 campaign. In the end, the club lost in the wild card round to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Tannehill tore his ACL during practice in 2017 and had surgery, which caused him to miss the full season. In the season opener against the Tennessee Titans, he tallied two touchdowns and 230 passing yards as the Dolphins defeated them. He made a successful comeback in 2018 as the starting quarterback. Tannehill had a difficult rest of the season, concluding with 11 games played, 1,979 passing yards, 17 touchdowns, and nine interceptions.

Tennessee Titans

In March of 2019, Tannehill was dealt to the Titans. With 2,742 passing yards, 22 touchdowns, and six interceptions in his stellar first campaign, he also set franchise records with a 117.5 quarterback rating and a 70.3 completion %. After that, the Titans advanced to the postseason, where they defeated the Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round and the New England Patriots in the wild card round. The club lost to the Kansas City Chiefs, who went on to win the Super Bowl, in the AFC Championship Game. Tannehill won the NFL Comeback Player of the Year award following the season. 2020 saw him have yet another fantastic season, throwing for 3,819 yards and a career-high 33 touchdowns while leading the Titans to an 11-5 record and first place in the AFC South. The team was defeated by the Ravens in the wild card round.

In 2021, Tannehill assisted in leading the Titans to their second straight AFC South championship. In addition to 55 carries for 270 yards, he finished the season with 3,734 throwing yards, 21 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions. The Titans were defeated by the Cincinnati Bengals in the divisional round. Due to an ankle injury, Tannehill missed a number of games in 2022 but still managed 2,536 passing yards, 13 touchdowns, and six interceptions in 12 games. Even though he made a comeback to the Titans starting lineup in 2023, he missed a few games because of a recurrent ankle ailment. Will Levis, a rookie, took over as the starting quarterback.

Personal Life

Ryan married his fiancée Lauren Tannehill in the beginning of 2012. He had met her in 2009. Together, they are parents to two kids.

Achieving Community and Education Success, a charitable foundation owned by Tannehill, aims to assist high school students in engaging in community service.

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