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Sport Tua Tagovailoa planning financially savvy move for rookie year

03:21  27 september  2020
03:21  27 september  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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For now, the plan appears for veteran journeyman Ryan Fitzpatrick to start out of the gates, the Miami Herald reported Monday. But that may not be the “Miami isn’t opposed to playing Tagovailoa as a rookie if he earns the opportunity at some point this season,” wrote the Herald’s Barry Jackson, citing

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Tua Tagovailoa is trying to be smart with his NFL money from the very start.

a baseball player holding a bat: Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa won't be spending a dime of his rookie contract. © Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa won't be spending a dime of his rookie contract.

In an interview this week with GQ Magazine, the Miami Dolphins first-year quarterback said that he was planning to save the entirety of his rookie contract and live solely off his endorsement money. Tagovailoa said:

“I’m gonna be living off of my marketing money. So the endorsement money that I get, and then everything else is just put to the side. The money that I’m making from my contract, that’s put to the side. None of that’s gonna be seen.”

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The 22-year-old landed $30.3 million guaranteed, including a $19.6 million signing bonus, from the Dolphins on his four-year rookie contract. As for his endorsements, Tagovailoa has already picked up deals from Adidas, Bose, Wingstop, and other companies.

It is a wise playcall from Tagovailoa, who has yet to make his NFL debut as he continues to recover from hip surgery. Granted, the ex-Heisman finalist is not the only member of the 2020 draft class who is pulling such a move.

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