Former Saint Louis and Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is just one of the countless victims of the delays and cancellations that COVID-19 has caused in the sporting world.
Tagovailoa faced a unique situation in preparing for the NFL Draft even before the coronavirus, as the 2018 Heisman Trophy runner-up was unable to participate in February’s NFL Scouting Combine due to a hip injury suffered last November.
Tagovailoa scheduled a personal pro day for April 9, although that is now in jeopardy due to the NFL restricting pre-draft visits. However, the Sun-Sentinel is reporting that Tagovailoa still intends to have an on-field workout and will provide video of it to teams interested.
On Friday, ESPN reported that Tagovailoa was also planning to send copies of his MRI to interested teams in a few weeks.
Tagovailoa was seen throwing yesterday. The NFL Draft is still set for April 23-25.