Report: Tua Tagovailoa four-month scans were ‘very good with no concerns’

By Jesse Reed
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Tua Tagovailoa continues to get nothing but positive news as he recovers from season-ending hip surgery and prepares for the 2020 NFL Draft.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, Tagovailoa’s four-month scans were done Monday, and sources tole him they were “very good with no concerns.”

The scans were a major milestone for Tagovailoa, as the four-month mark was considered a key point. This health update keeps Tagovailoa on the timeline he’s been discussing and should have him ready for Alabama’s pro day, along with individual workouts ahead of the draft.

A player who’s gotten a ton of buzz since the Combine, Tagovailoa has been talked about as a player who could prompt teams desperate for a quarterback to trade up to No. 2 overall. There’s also been some talk that he could potentially supplant Joe Burrow as the first overall selection, but the latest mock drafts contradict that notion.