Miami has an offense under Mike McDaniel that could challenge anyone in the NFL if Tua Tagovailoa stays healthy.
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He is looking great in training camp for the Dolphins, dropping dimes to wide receivers. One of his best throws came Friday at practice indoors. He dropped a beautiful ball along the sideline to Erik Ezukanma for a touchdown. Tagovailoa put the ball in his hands as he burned a defensive back for the score. His first marquee pass went to Jaylen Waddle earlier in the week for 40 yards.
Come for the throw, stay for the catch, wait for the celly 😄🎉 pic.twitter.com/LgEV6MArmh
— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) July 28, 2023
McDaniel told reporters that Tagovailoa “owns the language” of Miami’s offense.
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The fourth-year quarterback knows his contract extension is coming if he performs well in the fall.
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