The Miami Dolphins season ended 12 days ago at the hands of its division rivals the Buffalo Bill in the Wild Card round of the playoffs. The Dolphins only lost that game by three points despite playing with its third string quarterback.

Starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was unavailable for the playoff game due to being in concussion protocol. According to Marel Louis-Jacques of ESPN Tagovailoa is still in concussion protocol and will end up missing the Pro Bowl.

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Tagovailoa entered concussion protocol on December 26 after a week 16 loss to the Green Bay Packers. It was officially the second time that the former Crimson Tide quarterback entered concussion protocol in the season but arguably the third head injury that he suffered in the year.

The Miami Dolphins have publicly remained committed to Tagovailoa as its franchise quarterback and starter in 2023, however one must wonder if his injury status causes the franchise to seek insurance plans.

Tagovailoa had his best season as a pro in 2022, leading the Dolphins to an 8-5 record in games he started, while throwing for 3548 yards and 25 touchdowns with just eight interceptions.

NFL franchises usually meet at the end of May for offseason training activities, leaving Tagovailoa plenty of time to continue to rest and recover from the injuries he suffered in the 2022 season.

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