The Miami Dolphins' hopes of making the playoffs may have gone up in flames today during practice.
Video has surfaced of quarterback Ryan Tannehill running towards the sidelines and crumbling to the ground after attempting to stop abruptly.
The Miami Herald is reporting that Tannehill hyperextended his left knee and that "there is the possibility of poster cruciate ligament damage." PCL damage could set the signal-caller back anywhere from two to eight weeks.
Of course, it's always possible that Tannehill tore his ACL, which would most likely sideline him for the entire year.
The Dolphins currently feature veteran backup Matt Moore as second on the depth chart followed by Western Kentucky record-setting-rookie QB Brandon Doughty who is battling David Fales (San Jose State) for the final spot.
Miami begins its preseason schedule on August 10 against Atlanta in preparation for its season opener versus Tampa Bay.