NFL Hall of Fame Coach doesn’t think the Dolphins can rely on Tua

From suffering a major hip injury in college to concussion issues in the NFL, injuries seem to follow Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa everywhere he goes. Despite having one of the most promising seasons of any quarterback, the headline of the off-season will be the injuries he has faced.

Former New York Giants and Hall of Fame coach, Bill Parcells, doesn’t believe that the Dolphins can rely on Tua going forward due to the injuries. Parcells said of Tagovailoa,

“I’m not certain they have stability at the quarterback position. They seem to think they do. Tua Tagovailoa looks good from time to time, but he was hurt in college, and he’s been hurt a couple of times in the pros. I’m not sure they can rely on him.”

The former Crimson Tide QB will need to find a way to stay on the field in 2023 and show that his durability will not be an issue going forward.


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Story originally appeared on Roll Tide Wire