Before the 2019 NFL and college football season, Tua Tagovailoa was the biggest name QB and most coveted one to be selected #1 overall in the Draft. Then he suffered a hip injury and questions arose about his health going forward.
Earlier this week, former Alabama star quarterback Tua Tagovailoa held his “virtual” pro day for NFL general managers, coaches and scouts.
The former Crimson Tide star could be seen throwing from a variety of positions, showcasing his arm talent, however, his workout violated the current Tennessee “stay at home” order.
“Executive Order 22, as amended by Executive Order 23, make the situation as clear as it can be. D1 Training should have been closed. Neither Tua nor anyone else should have been there. It’s that simple, and it’s that clear.”
Not only that, the social distancing rule of being at least 6-feet away from other people was also violated.
It may seem petty, but those orders were put into place to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
ESPN insider Chris Mortensen shared the videos from Tua’s workout.
Tua is projected to go somewhere in the top-5 picks.