Jimmy Johnson says what Dolphins do with Tua Tagovailoa is 'a head-scratcher'

Jimmy Johnson joins Joe Rose: What he would do with Tua

It's always a fun morning when the phone rings from the Keys and we get a surprise visit from Hall of Famer Jimmy Johnson. The Coach has been busy lately working with Fox on Super Bowl 57 and of course ambushing Zach Thomas to let him know he was going into the Hall.

Coach Johnson discussed some of our local topics this morning as well including the Tua Tagovailoa situation with the Dolphins and what they need to do there.

"The way the Dolphins are right now they have got an extremely talented team and what you do at quarterback, that's a head-scratcher," Johnson said. "In all honesty, people have asked me and I say 'I don't know.' Tua can get it done if he stays healthy. I don't know. Is he going to stay healthy?"

Johnson then gave his advice to the Dolphins.

"I think they have got to get them a quarterback, [Teddy] Bridgewater doesn't stay healthy either," Johnson said. "You've got to get a quarterback, even if you keep Tua, because you can't take a chance that he's not going to be out there. They're got to do something there and they've got good enough football, and by the way they hired maybe the best coach in the entire league when they got Vic Fangio."

You can listen to our entire conversation with Jimmy right here!

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