Tua Tagovailoa doubtful to face Bengals due to back injury

After two years of gloom Tua Tagovailoa live a disruptive year that has the Dolphins as one of the two undefeated teams in the NFL. With an injury threatening the good pace of Miami, the QB is not willing to be left out of the gridirons.

This Tuesday the product of Alabama assured that he works to appear in the game against the Bengals despite having a back injury. It should be remembered that this is a short week for the Dolphins since the game in Cincinnati will open week 4.

“That’s the plan,” Tua said at a news conference, according to Adam H. Beasley of Pro Football Network. “I do everything possible to return. I hope I can go out and play.”

Likewise, Tua explained that the pain in his back makes him unable to play properly; In addition, he rejected having ankle problems. Previously, coach Mike McDaniel indicated that the QB had discomfort in the lower extremities.

“I would say everything. Having to turn to deliver the ball, to throw it. Every aspect of that,” he said to ProFootballTalk.

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head is not a problem

After the contact that caused the injury, a contact with Matt Milano, it appeared that Tagovailoa suffered a concussion. About, McDaniel spoke to the press on Monday and dismissed any problem with the QB’s head. “He feels sore. We are collecting information right now,” he said.

Given the erratic behavior of Tua, who returned to the game against the Bills after only one play out, the Players Association announced an investigation against miami for possible medical irresponsibility.

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