Former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa appears to be heading to the 2020 NFL draft this month with a healthy checkup, reports said.
Tagovailoa, 22, opted for voluntary medical checkup by Tennessee Titans team doctor Thomas Byrd on Thursday after he was not allowed to participate in the combine harvester in February with other prospects of the NFL, reported ESPN.
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Its representatives confirmed to ESPN and the NFL network that Tagovailoa underwent a complete examination and that its results “were extremely positive”.
All 32 teams in the league received the results.
Tagovailoa, 6 feet 1 inch and 218 pounds, played three years in Alabama where he led the crimson tide to win the 2017 national championship game after being put into play in the second half.
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His last season was interrupted in November 2019 after suffering a fractured rear wall and a dislocated hip. He also injured his right ankle a month earlier.
Tagovailoa has been active on social media, posting videos of himself exercising.