Tua Tagovailoa Sends Virtual Pro Day Film to All 32 NFL Teams

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Tyler Martin

Former University of Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was suppose to have an in-person pro day today with NFL scouts and general managers galore in attendance but the outbreak of COVID-19 shut that down. 

He still put the workout on but sent film of it to all 32 NFL teams as part of a virtual pro day per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Tagovailoa has been working out with former Super Bowl-winning quarterback Trent Dilfer. 

Rapoport also added that there was less than 10 people present to follow health guidelines set by the CDC. 

Fellow Crimson Tide teammate and wide receiver Jerry Jeudy and former Vanderbilt wideout Kalija Lipscomb helped Tagovailoa participated alongside him. 

The Hawaii native and Jeudy share the same agent, Leigh Steinberg. 

In interviews over the last week or so, Tagovailoa has told the media and teams that he is 100 percent healthy and could play a game right now if he absolutely had to. 

Last week, Tagovailoa underwent a medical recheck facilitated by NFL doctors and the results were “overwhelmingly positive” per ESPN. 

The workout took place in an undisclosed location in Nashville, Tenn. and was reportedly an hour long with 55 scripted throws and 20 throws in a dynamic setting according to Les Carpenter of the Washington Post. 

Sports Illustrated’s NFL Draft analyst has Tagovailoa landing at No. 6 overall to the Los Angeles Chargers and Jeudy going to the Jaguars with ninth selection in his latest mock draft. 

Tagovailoa’s health is easily one of the biggest storylines to watch ahead of the league’s virtual draft on April 23.

Update: Here's how the workout apparently went: