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Dolphins using new technology in Tua Tagovailoa’s development as a quarterback

Dolphins' QB Tua Tagovailoa (#1) drops back to pass in last week's matchup against the Buffalo Bills
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Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel believes in Tua Tagovailoa’s development as a quarterback.

He has stated that Tagovailoa is the ‘perfect fit’ fit for his offense in Miami. Tagovailoa played 13 games in 2022, despite sustaining multiple concussions, he totaled 3,548 passing yards and 25 passing touchdowns. The fourth-year quarterback has taken up “judo” and “jiu-jitsu” to prevent injuries, but McDaniel is bringing new technology to develop Tagovailoa.

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Miami has a video recorder mounted on the side of his helmet this offseason.

The camera allows McDaniel to see what Tagovailoa sees.

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The technology should allow for Tagovailoa to avoid injuries moving forward.

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