Ryan Tannehill Free Agent Predictions: Where Will Former Titans QB Sign?

Ryan Tannehill Free Agent Predictions: Where Will Former Titans QB Sign?
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It’s been a bit of a roller coaster ride for former first-round pick out Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill over the last 11-plus years, with the Texas native struggling with the team that drafted him (the Miami Dolphins) before finding his footing as the starter for the Tennessee Titans between 2019 and 2023.  

During that five-year stretch, Tannehill played a key role in the Titans playoff chances and threw for 14,447 yards and 92 touchdowns (to 40 interceptions) with 53 AV across 67 games, compared with the 61 AV he had with the Miami Dolphins in 88 games between 2012 and 2018.  

Now, Tannehill remains unsigned on the NFL’s free agency market, with the Pro Bowl QB sitting as a free agent after throwing for 1,616 yards and four touchdowns across 10 games in 2023 with Tennessee.  

With that in mind, BetTennessee.com used our Tennessee sports betting mindset and broke down some hypothetical odds on which NFL team will sign the 35-year-old Titans mainstay this offseason, with the hometown team holding the top spot on our list.  

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Ryan Tannehill Next Team Odds

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Team 

Odds 

Percent Chance 

Tennessee Titans 

+275 

26.7% 

Green Bay Packers 

+600 

14.3% 

New Orleans Saints 

+700 

12.5% 

Los Angeles Rams 

+1000 

9.1% 

Detroit Lions 

+1000 

9.1% 

The Field / Retire From NFL 

+250 

28.6% 

Where Will Tannehill Sign?

We still see the Titans as being the top team to land Tannehill this offseason, with the club that’s employed the 35-year-old for five years sitting at +275, while the Green Bay Packers (+600) and New Orleans Saints (+700) are the next closest teams.  

Throw in longshots like the Los Angeles Rams and Detroit Lions at +1000 each and you have the full rundown on the NFL teams that could swoop in and sign Tannehill off the league’s free agent line.  

With Tannehill being in the twilight of his career and having played in more than 150 NFL games, he could be a valuable backup to have at the QB position, with the league’s 17-game regular season increasingly demanding teams to have a true, two-deep setup under center to succeed in today’s game.  

The question is whether incoming Titans head coach Brian Callahan sees Tannehill as a valuable backup to former Kentucky Wildcat Will Levis in Nashville. The Titans also invested a 2022 third round draft choice in Malik Willis, which could mean that Tannehill is the odd man out in the Music City at the moment.  

Stay with BetTennessee for more updates on the Titans this season. Be sure to check out our best Tennessee sportsbook promo codes before you place your next bet.

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Christopher Boan writes for BetTennessee.com and has been covering sports and sports betting for more than seven years, with experience at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.