Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa aims for own April pro day
Tua Tagovailoa says that he is going to hold on April 9, also has amazed Cincinnati Bengals’ head coach Zac Taylor.
On the first day of the NFL Scouting Combine, the very first job interview of Alabama appeared Tagovailoa proved to be a protracted one.
The 337 prospects spending days in Indianapolis are evaluated by scouts, coaches, personnel men and health care professionals. The doctors were the first to have a look at Tagovailoa.
He came in the University of Indiana medical facility for his health care evaluation at 10am and just returned to the players’ hotel at 7.49pm, just 11 minutes before his first scheduled informal group interview.
“It’s been a procedure today,” Tagovailoa stated in a forgiving tone. “I was the last [prospect] to depart [the hospital].”
“Mentally it has been a grind, but it’s not something which’s fresh to me,” he added.
“I have dealt with a hand injury, my left arm, my right ankle. So I kind of knew what to expect going through this process, but it has always been a mill.”
Tagovailoa stated that he and agent Leigh Steinberg and staff doctors are meeting to find out but no openings are expected.
After meeting with all the media at the Indiana Convention Center on Tuesday morning, Tagovailoa is moving forward of team interviews over the next two days.
He is likely to return on the field in a couple weeks and based on his surgeon see, Tagovailoa is working as if he will be cleared on March 9.
“I will be holding my own specialist day April 9,” he stated, adding that the on-field activity is much more of a comfort zone. “You guys are making me talk about myself, which makes me feel uneasy.”
Using lingering injury ratings are summoned back for the combine re-check the April 9 workout is later than Alabama’s official pro day on March 24, but is predicted to fall on exactly the exact same week players.
The Cincinnati Bengals also have carefully researched the individual Tua and potential and have a quarterback vacancy with Andy Dalton, head coach Zac Taylor said.
“Met Tua last night. Really impressive person,” Taylor explained.
“State winner in high school, won a school tournament of course. The guy was a champion at each level.
“You wish to go through the background on every participant. Watch these guys get a opportunity this spring to work. He is going to get a chance. He’s a man we have been eager to see work.”
LSU quarterback Joe Burrow along with Ohio State defensive end Chase Young are estimated to be the initial two players.
Tagovailoa stated he has not dedicated attention and spends zero time on social media.
“Whether it’s original, 32nd or 200, I will be grateful,” Tagovailoa stated.
“These informal interviews, I have only got to worry myself. I am not the individual if I’m not the right man for all these groups. The perfect team will find me”
Sky Sports NFL can help keep you updated with offseason storylines and also all the news, such as Free Agency the Scouting Combine and the NFL Draft. Inform us at www.FILE _ 0_EXTENSION and @NFL /NFL