Keep in mind Tua was coming off a nasty hip injury late in his final college season and those take a while to heal. Add that to the fact that there was no proper offseason workouts, minicamp or pre-season, and you can pretty much count 2020 as his pre-season.
He’s fully healthy now and put on some muscle and built up his arm strength. Let’s see how he does. If he fails, the Dolphins have the capital to move up next year or the year after. Too bad the QB crop in both years is “meh” at best.
no they dont have the capital to move to taek a top qb. they will have late round firsts. not going to get you to teh top 5 where the best qbs go. andnext years crop is nowhere near as good.
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