MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – Dolphins starting quarterback Tagovailoa hurt the thumb on his throwing hand in practice and was limited Wednesday.
“He got banged up a little bit,” Flores said. “I don’t think this is something we’re too worried about. … He’s getting treatment, he’s rehabbing. We’ll see how this goes. It’s sore, but he’s a tough kid. He has played through some things before.”READ MORE: Stimulus Check Latest: Will There Be A Fourth Relief Payment?
Tagovailoa was sacked six times before being pulled in the fourth quarter of the Dolphins’ loss last weekend at Denver, but he remains the No. 1 quarterback ahead of veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick.READ MORE: Miami Weather: Warm & Sunny Day, Sizzling Weekend Ahead
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