“Tua es nuestro mariscal de campo,” Flores told reporters via the Miami Herald. “Ha tenido un buen campo de entrenamiento, hizo mucho progreso, hizo muchas mejoras. We’re pleased with where he is.”
En 10 games played last season, Tagovailoa had 1,814 passing yards with 11 touchdowns and five interceptions. He also had 109 rushing yards with three more scores.
The Dolphins are still reportedly interested in Watson, but the Texans want a ton of draft capital in exchange for the superstar quarterback, and Miami is currently not willing to budge. The Texans will have until after Week 8 to decide if they want to part ways with Watson. If they don’t make a decision by then, trades won’t happen until the new league begins on March 15.
Rosters can change very quickly in the NFL – as seen with Cam Newton y el New England Patriots – so nothing is set in stone, but it appears that the Dolphins will head into the season with Tagovailoa as their starting quarterback.