In a news conference, the Eagles released a statement from Tanneh’s agent, Mike Caccia.
Tannek is still scheduled to participate in a mini-camp and is not considered a full-time candidate for the opening game.
Tanner, who is 6-foot-4, 220 pounds, is still working on his mechanics after having surgery in June to repair his left foot.
“Ryan has been very cooperative and supportive,” Cacci said.
“He is very appreciative of the support we have received from the Eagles and our fans and is confident that he will be back soon.”
Caccio added that Tannech has had two surgeries on his foot, but he has never missed a game.
“We believe that Ryan will be healthy and ready to play in the opener,” Caccia said.
Tanneeh, 28, had surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee on Nov. 18 and missed the final three games of the season.
“While we are hopeful that Ryan is going to be fully healthy and that he is fully ready to go for the opener, we believe that there are some things that need to be addressed before that can be accomplished,” Coccia said.
It’s unclear when Tanneih might be able to return.
Tanney’s first NFL game came on Dec. 13 against the Indianapolis Colts.
The Eagles had a bye in February and were in the playoffs for the first time in 10 years when they lost to the Buffalo Bills 31-31 in the divisional round of the playoffs.
Tannes return to the field could be one of the biggest storylines for the Eagles.
Tannea is one of five quarterbacks on the roster, along with rookie Nick Foles, Ryan Mathews, and Chase Daniel.
Tannell was a fifth-round draft pick in 2015 and started seven games in 2016.
He has played in 11 games in 2017, throwing for 559 yards and five touchdowns with three interceptions.
Tanngah has thrown five interceptions in five career games.
The Cowboys had Tannehaas biggest success in the NFL with him throwing for 1,092 yards and nine touchdowns in seven games with the Browns in 2014.