UPDATE: Tua practiced Friday and should be there backup QB on Sunday.
So Tua has not been at the last two practices. The Dolphins officially have said that it is not Covid, so that’s good. If Tua cannot suit up on Sunday, then practice squadder Reid Sinnett would have to be the backup.
That would probably be Tua’s luck: He’s waited a month for a chance to play, and when Ryan Fitzpatrick finally gets hurt in the Seahawk game, Tua isn’t active–and his debut remains on hold. Hopefully none of that happens, but you never know.
In addition, it seems like CB Byron Jones’ sore groin will keep him out for another game. He has not practiced all week, so it’s doubtful he’ll place. It could be a ploy by the Dolphins, so we’ll see on Sunday. So far, after signing a gigantic contract, he’s played in one game and did not do so well.