Tua Tagovailoa, Dolphins working on down-field aggressiveness in practice

Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw five interceptions during a minicamp practice last week.

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However, despite the bad press that surrounded the performance, head coach Brian Flores clarified that the practice was meant to be one where the quarterbacks could take a lot of chances down the field. It's unclear how much these types of practices will translate to the gameplan during the regular season, but it's nice to see Tagovailoa - who struggled to produce explosive plays in his rookie year - work on stretching the field.

Our models currently project Tagovailoa to complete 388.89 of his 596.68 attempts (65.18 percent) for 3,997.25 yards with 29.83 touchdowns and 15.09 interceptions. They also project him for 216.87 rushing yards on 50.35 carries with 2.67 touchdowns.

Source: ESPN