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Tagged: Tua Tagovailoa (62 Results)


Dolphins QB Tagovailoa day-to-day with injured ribs

Miami Dolphins starting quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA is listed as day-to-day after injuring his ribs in Sunday’s loss to the Buffalo Bills. Head coach Brian Flores said the team was still runningMore some tests on Tagovailoa, adding that his signal-caller was still in pain as of Monday. If Tagovailoa is unavailable for Sunday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders, backup quarterback JACOBY BRISSETT would get the start. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Dolphins QB Tagovailoa leaves game with rib injury

Miami quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA left Sunday’s loss to the Buffalo Bills on a cart after suffering a rib injury. The team’s radio broadcast said during the game that X-rays were negative,More but head coach Brian Flores gave no specifics when discussing Tagovailoa’s condition after the game. Backup quarterback JACOBY BRISSETT replaced Tagovailoa after the injury but he had little success against the Bills dominant defense. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Tagovailoa has solid preseason start vs. Falcons

Miami quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA completed his first nine pass attempts and led two scoring drives to open the Dolphins preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday night. Tagovailoa avoided any major mistakes and was well protected by an offensive line that only allowed one sack.

Source: Miami Herald

Factoid: Mike Gesicki

Tua Tagovailoa came out in his first game (at Soldier Field) completing a bunch of passes to his tight ends. That’s a reminder that for all of the quarterback’s struggles as a rookie last year, Mike Gesicki was actually more productive last year when Ryan Fitzpatrick wasn’t playing.  more »


Factoid: Tua Tagovailoa

Tua Tagovailoa didn’t have much such getting the ball downfield as a rookie, averaging only 9.7 yards per completion. Does this mean that he’ll never be a successful deep-ball thrower? Or is there some chance of him turning things around?  more »


Mailbag: July 8, 2021

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Is Zach Ertz a sleeper pick at tight end? What happened to Will Fuller? Can the Bengals get Joe Mixon rolling? And more. more »


Around the NFL: Tua Tagovailoa

There’s been some nice things said about Tua Tagovailoa at the offseason workouts. He knows the offense better. He’s got more confidence. He’s taking charge. The usual kind of stuff. Let’s hope there’s some truth in some of it.  more »



Tagovailoa expecting improvement in second season

Miami quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA says that he feels much better physically and has an improved grasp of the Dolphins’ playbook heading into his second season. After an up-and-down rookie season, theMore jury remains out on Tagovailoa heading into the 2021 season. Coach Brian Flores seems happy with Tagovailoa’s improvement since last season, noting that his young quarterback is more comfortable heading into the upcoming season. Less

Source: Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Factoid: Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins drafted Jaylen Waddle on Thursday, and previously signed Will Fuller, so they’ve added some explosive weapons to their receiving room. But do they have the right quarterback to bring those guys to life?  more »



Dolphins draft WR Waddle with sixth overall pick

The Miami Dolphins selected Alabama wide receiver JAYLEN WADDLE with the sixth overall pick on Thursday night, reuniting him with former college quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA. Waddle played just four games forMore Alabama in 2020 before suffering a broken ankle and missing much of the season. Waddle returned to play in the national championship game and is now headed for a reunion with Tagovailoa in Miami. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Dolphins GM excited about QB Tagovailoa

Miami Dolphins GM Chris Grier said on Wednesday that he is “excited” for second-year quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA, adding that he is expecting his young signal-caller to take the next step. WhenMore Miami held the third overall pick in next week’s draft, there was some speculation that the club could take a quarterback for the second consecutive year within the top five. That talk has quieted, and the Dolphins appear ready to roll with Tagovailoa heading into the 2021 season. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Dolphins sign former Texans WR Fuller

The Miami Dolphins signed free agent wide receiver WILL FULLER late last week. Fuller, who signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins, provides a deep threat for quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA. TheMore Dolphins have also been linked to trade speculation involving DESHAUN WATSON, Fuller’s former quarterback in Houston. Regardless of who is throwing the football in Miami, Fuller is known as one of the fastest receivers in the NFL and he should be able to help the Dolphins deep passing game. Less

Source: Miami Sun-Sentinel


Dolphins sign QB Brissett

The Miami Dolphins agreed to a one-year contract this week with quarterback JACOBY BRISSETT. Brissett has started 32 games for the Patriots and Colts during his five-year NFL career, but heMore is expected to assume the backup role behind TUA TAGOVAILOA in Miami. Speculation also continues about the possible addition of disgruntled Houston quarterback DESHAUN WATION. Less

Source: Miami Herald


Dolphins heading into 2021 with two offensive coordinators

After a month of interviews, Miami head coach Brian Flores decided on Tuesday to promote both Eric Studesville and George Godsey as co-offensive coordinators. The duo will replace Chan Gailey andMore attempt to improve the offense while developing young quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA (assuming the Dolphins do not trade for DESHAUN WATSON). The team has yet to decide who will call plays under the new arrangement. Less

Source: Miami Herald


Dolphins QB Tagovailoa calls rookie season “below average”

Miami quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA said on Monday that he would describe his rookie season with the Dolphins as “below average”. While Tagovailoa started the season on the bench and finished asMore the starting quarterback, he said that his performance was not up to the expectations that he has for himself. It certainly did not help that the player selected immediately after him, JUSTIN HERBERT, had one of the best rookie seasons the NFL has ever seen. Less


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