Tua Tagovailoa 'rejects' Miami Dolphins contract offer after Jared Goff's payday

Tua Tagovailoa has reportedly turned down a contract offer from the Miami Dolphins, preferring terms akin to Jared Goff's blockbuster deal with the Detroit Lions.   

ESPN reported the story of the confrontation, with a "SportsCenter" source stating the quarterback missed some OTAs as a result.  

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that separate him from Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, and Joe Burrow. Tagovailoa led the NFL with 4,624 passing yards last season, throwing 29 touchdowns and 14 interceptions while leading the Dolphins to the playoffs.  

He also set career highs in passing touchdowns (29), completion percentage (69.3 percent), and total games played (18, including playoffs).  

It was his first injury-free season since joining the league in 2020, and the Dolphins want to keep him with the team indefinitely.  

"I think we're hopeful," Dolphins general manager Chris Grier said. "When you go through these situations... These are transactions that rarely come together swiftly.   

There are several bits and moving parts. We've had excellent discussions so far, and we'll continue to work here during the offseason."  

Tagovailoa was one of five quarterbacks picked in the first two rounds of the 2020 NFL draft, including Burrow (Cincinnati Bengals),  

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