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Clock running on Tagovailoa to succeed or ‘kick rocks’

by carlislewillard

The biggest question heading into the Miami Dolphins’ training camp is, of course – what can the team expect from third-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa?

Two of his biggest offensive weapons sounded optimistic, sort of, about the first round pick.

In receiver Tyreek Hill’s podcast “It Needed To Be Said,” receiver Jaylen Waddle joined Hill, and both opined that Tagovailoa has the right stuff to win.

But Hill also noted that quarterbacks usually get no more than three years to prove they were worth a first-round investment.

“And if you don’t succeed after those years, then it’s kick rocks, man,” Hill said.

– Joe Henderson, Extensive Enterprises Media

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