Tua Tagovailoa expected back as Dolphins' starter in 2023

Tua Tagovailoa is anticipated to return as the Miami Dolphins’ beginning quarterback for the 2023 season, league sources informed ESPN.

Should the seventh-seeded Dolphins disturb the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, Tagovailoa might possibly be cleared from the concussion procedure and work his method back to the field this postseason.

But despite what occurs in Sunday’s wild-card video game in Buffalo or throughout Miami’s postseason, the Dolphins have actually been pleased with Tagovailoa’s advancement this season under first-year coach Mike McDaniel, according to sources.

Medical experts likewise are positive that Tagovailoa need to have the ability to resume his NFL profession next season, if not faster, sources stated.

Teddy Bridgewater is active Sunday after being doubtful with finger and knee injuries, however the veteran quarterback will act as a backup to novice starter Skylar Thompson.

Tagovailoa has actually remained in the concussion procedure given that Dec. 26 after suffering his 2nd recorded concussion of the season the day previously in a loss to the Green Bay Packers.

McDaniel stated this past Wednesday that Tagovailoa has actually not been cleared to resume any sort of football activities, which since of the quantity of time he has actually currently missed out on, McDaniel had the ability to rule him out versus Buffalo.

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