It was not a good day for Miami Dolphins quarterbacks at practice on Tuesday.
According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, QBs threw six total interceptions, with half of them coming from none other than Tua Tagovailoa. On Twitter, Jackson called it "the worst QB day of camp by far."
Tagovailoa's accuracy was the issue. His passes weren't going where he wanted them to go, with several of them coming in too high. He did throw some touchdowns and completed several 25-yarders, but like his interceptions, several of his passes to tight end Mike Gesicki weren't right, with one bouncing clean off his helmet. Tagovailoa also struggled under pressure, heaving three throwaways.
The other three interceptions came from backup quarterbacks Skylar Thompson (2) and Teddy Bridgewater (1).
The defensive backs had a little interception party, with Brandon Jones and Nik Needham reeling in Tagovailoa's errant passes (Jones caught two). Noah Igbinoghene, Elijah Campbell, and Quincy Wilson caught the other three.
Hearing that every quarterback had a bad day isn't great news. Training camp is a chance for everyone to do the work to get back into game shape, but the clock is ticking. The season opens in less than a month, and this presumably isn't where the Dolphins — or Tagvailoa himself — want their QB to be.