Former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa continues to recover from a hip injury that ended his final season in college early.  He wants to throw for teams prior to the NFL Draft in April to prove he’s still a first-round talent.

Tagovailoa is one step closer to doing that after it was revealed that a scan of his hip on Monday revealed some good news. 

According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, the CT scan showed that Tagovailoa’s fracture has healed and he has good range of motion.

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Tua could be cleared for football activities in the next month.  All good signs as the draft quickly approaches.

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