MIAMI — Rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has passed his physical after reporting to Miami Dolphins training camp. He'll practice without restrictions as he begins his bid to overtake veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick for the starting job. The all-clear will allow Tagovailoa to practice for the first time since a career-threatening hip injury ended his Alabama career in mid-November. Dolphins practices begin in mid-August, after a couple of weeks of strength and conditioning workouts and walk-throughs. The usual training camp regimen has been altered because of the coronavirus pandemic, which also forced the cancellation of off-season drills throughout the NFL.
Steven Wine, The Associated Press