DAVIE, Fla. – Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who's working to comeback from a left knee injury suffered late last season, is looking "fantastic" during Organized Team Activities.
"Fantastic" is the word backup quarterback Matt Moore used Wednesday to describe what he's seen from Tannehill this off-season.
At every step of the way during offseason workouts and now during OTA's the Dolphins have maintained that Tannehill's knee is fully healthy.
While talking to the media on Wednesday offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen said the only thing they really have to work on is teaching Tannehill how to slide correctly with the protective knee brace he will be wearing as a precaution this upcoming season.
On the defensive side of the ball first-round pick Charles Harris is going head-to-head against last year's first-round pick Laremy Tunsil, who's working at left tackle.
Harris told the media Wednesday that Tunsil has already tutored him on how to beat blocks in the NFL.
"It's fun, because I remember the first time I went against him he actually gave me a message and told me what to do," said the rookie defensive-end. "It's the first day of OTA's. I think (Tunsil) reach-blocked me and he said, 'you have to buckle and set the edge basically.' In my mind, I was appreciative."