Washington Post: Tua Tagovailoa ends his Alabama tenure, leaving a legacy of winning and of decency
After a “really hard decision,” he said, “I don’t know how I feel right now” except, he did say, “content.”
I think he made the responsible choice.The way Tagovailoa described it while fielding questions Monday, verification of that could begin only in late winter.
“I don’t think any of the doctors can tell, you know, the foreseeable future,” he told the assembled reporters. “None of the guys rehabbing me can tell that. You know, from what they’ve seen, you know, in New York [which he visited for consultation], everything looks good, but you can’t really tell until the three-month part, or the four-month part.”