Nashville, Tenn. – Quarterback Ryan Tannehill found himself in a familiar situation after tennessee titans Traded in the second round of the NFL Draft last week to select Will Lewis With the 33rd overall pick.
“Yeah, we’ve been down this road before, so it’s definitely a little bit of déjà vu,” Tannehill said Wednesday.
The Titans have now traded to select a quarterback in back-to-back drafts. Former General Manager John Robinson las vegas raiders to go up and snag malik willis In the third round with the 86th pick of last year’s draft.
lewis selection This was made possible when new Titans general manager Ryan Carthon selected pick no. 41 and 72 and a 2024 third-round pick. arizona cardinals In exchange for the 33rd and 81st picks.
Tannehill, 34, completed 212 of his 325 pass attempts for 2,536 yards, 13 touchdowns and 6 interceptions in 12 games last season. He has a cap hit of $36 million this year and has two non-negligible years left on his contract.
It’s understandable for Tannehill to be upset after a potential future replacement was elected two years in a row. The veteran quarterback, however, has been with the team since the start of OTAs and is taking it all in stride.
Tannehill said, “My job is to be ready to win football games and that’s what I’m going to do every day.” “As players, you have to control what you can control – and that’s doing the best you can.”