Tua Tagovailoa’s health continues to be a talking point ahead of this month’s NFL draft.

On Friday night, the former Alabama star took it on himself to try to dispel any thoughts that he might be injury-prone.

Tagovailoa suffered a right posterior hip dislocation during a November game against Mississippi State.

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The two orthopedic surgeons directly involved in his ensuing surgery told ESPN’s Stephania Bell this week that he will be fully healthy to participate in football activity when NFL training camps open.

The quarterback also endured several other injuries while at Alabama, including a fractured left index finger, a right knee sprain and bilateral ankle injuries.

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