Tua Tagovailoa

It’s Finally Tua Time in Miami
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Miami Dolphins are naming Tua Tagovailoa their new starting quarterback. Tagovailoa received his first playing time this past weekend against the New York Jets, he completed both his passes for nine yards in a 24-0 victory. The Dolphins are on a BYE week, therefore he will make his first start against the Los Angeles Rams at home on Nov. 1.
Tua Tagovailoa Sees First NFL Action
His drive only lasted 5 plays but produced 19-yards and the final first down needed to end the game in the Dolphins favor. Tagovailoa completed both of his passing attempts for a total of nine yards passing while looking comfortable in his limited action.
Tua Gets the Start in Preseason Scrimmage
The Miami Dolphins held their first team scrimmage this week, and with the first team offense came Tua Tagovailoa. Tua was forced to step in for Ryan Fitzpatrick after the 15-year vet had to exit the scrimmage due to the passing of his mother earlier in the day.
Tua Tagovailoa Passed Physical, Ready For Training Camp
Former Alabama quarterback and fifth overall draft-pick in this past year's draft, Tua Tagovailoa, has passed his physical and is ready to fully participate in Miami Dolphins training camp. Tagovailoa is fully recovered from the hip injury he endured in November while playing for the Crimson Tide and will now compete with Ryan Fitzpatrick and Josh Rosen to become the starting quarterback for the Dolphins.