- Jul 28, 2015
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Speaking of #13.....huge week for he and his family
Tua Tagovailoa's mystifying stock ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft could become more clear this week after results following a "benchmark exam" in the rehabilitation process for the projected first-round quarterback. Tagovailoa, one of the most efficient passer in college football history, hasn't been able to throw since suffering a serious hip injury against Mississippi State that cost him the end of his junior season at Alabama in November.
NFL.com's Chase Goodbread reported Monday that Tagovailoa is scheduled for a critical CT scan this week that will determine just how far he has come in the past three months since corrective surgery on his injured hip.
NFL Network analyst Mike Garafolo analyst said in January that Tagovailoa is working out twice a day and there's "optimism" from those close to him that he's progressing quickly.