It would be foolish to think Miami Dolphins aren’t looking to upgrade at quarterback – The Denver Post1 min read
Tua Tagovailoa can’t be the Miami Dolphins starting quarterback in 2023.
Whether it’s ‘Tampering Tom’ Brady or Lamar Jackson, rules-breaking Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has to go all-in on a star QB to maximize one of the NFL’s best receiving corps led by Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.
Especially if the Jets acquire Aaron Rodgers from the Packers, are the Dolphins really going to keep the injury-prone Tagovailoa in place as their starter, sign a mid-level veteran backup and simply cross their fingers?
“You can’t count on Tua,” one league source said, citing the QB’s concussions among other durability issues.
The Dolphins picked up Tagovailoa’s $23 million fifth-year option for 2024 on Friday. But sticking with him at QB will not suffice, and it is incongruent with…
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