Tua Tagovailoa will reportedly throw during practice on this Wednesday morning. It's doubtful that he will play against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, though.
Tagovailoa won't be playing this weekend, according to the Miami Dolphins' head coach Mike McDaniel, who made the announcement just now.
Tagovailoa hasn't played in two weeks, according to McDaniel. Today's workout will include both individual exercises and practice for the former Alabama standout.
The Dolphins have several quarterbacks undergoing concussion testing besides Tagovailoa. Teddy Bridgewater, a seasoned signal caller, is likewise struggling with this problem.
The Dolphins want to start Skylar Thompson at quarterback because Tagovailoa and Bridgewater are both now injured.
Thompson completed 19 of his 33 pass attempts for 166 yards and an interception last weekend. To be honest, that was a challenging spot for the Kansas State product