Ryan Tannehill says bullying case is ‘behind’ Dolphins

Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

With the NFL offseason festivities beginning, the Miami Dolphins can look towards a fresh start in 2014. More importantly they can put the scandal plagued 2013 season behind them, though quarterback Ryan Tannehill says it is already in the rear view mirror.

“I think it’s behind us at this point,” Tannehill told the Associated Press. “Obviously we’ll try to learn from it and correct things Coach Philbin and the coaching staff feel need to be changed. We want to have a healthy locker room.”

Tannehill said he only read part of the report.

“I saw a few pages of it,” Tannehill said. “I got overwhelmed by 140-and-whatever pages and skipped it. I’m just glad it’s out. The evaluations and summaries have been made, the points have been taken and now we can move forward. There’s no more being anxious about it coming out. We’ve had the consequences and repercussions, and now we can put it in the past and move forward.”

Topics: Miami Dolphins

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