The Miami Dolphins are having locker room issues and it’s all centered on quarterback Tua Tagovailoa as the leader.
Tagaovailoa completed 64 percent of his passes, threw for 11 touchdowns and five interceptions last season.
“I understand what they said,” one player said. “But I don’t understand why. These players said they remain hopeful Tagovailoa will improve, but admitted he was not outstanding as a rookie, in their opinions. And anyone who watched the Dolphins last season indeed saw Tagovailoa was good at times and not good at others,” per Miami Herald.
This will be an assessment to see how the Dolphins recover after having a 10-6 record missing the NFL Playoffs.
If the Dolphins are sold on Tagovailoa, it comes down to head coach Brian Flores offense and Tagovailoa’s confidence.
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