"He's definitely more comfortable," Flores said. "Has a better rapport with his teammates. I've seen him...with a better understanding of how we practice. We've seen that from him so far. Hopefully he continues to grow and improve." The lefty quarterback was still recovering from a gruesome hip injury last season and wasn't granted a normal offseason entering his rookie campaign. Additionally, Miami spent this past offseason building up the talent around him. It remains to be seen if Tagovailoa will become a legitimate fantasy option in 1-QB leagues this season, but we certainly can't give up on him as an NFL QB just yet.