The Dolphins are keeping a close eye on Tannehill, who will experience his most on-field work since suffering a torn ACL during training camp in August 2017. Still, the team isn't planning to schedule rest days for the quarterback, according to Jason Lieser of the Palm Beach Post.
A healthy Tannehill offers optimism for a turnaround when considering he enjoyed success in 2016, which marked Adam Gase's first year as Miami's head coach. During that season, Tannehill established career highs in completion percentage (67.1) and quarterback rating (93.5) en route to leading the Dolphins to a 10-6 record and a postseason berth.
Gase looks forward to having Tannehill back on the field.
"I've seen a guy that's very confident," Gase recently said, via The Palm Beach Post. "I know he's excited to get back out there. I know us as coaches, we're excited to have him out there. He's just really smooth with the operation that we've been able to do as far as what we're doing in practice or those throwing sessions. It just feels smooth."