Tagovailoa Treats His Mother on Holiday
Family has always been a huge part of Tua Tagovailoa's life. His entire family moved from Hawaii to Alabama to be closer and support Tagovailoa's football career. Last month Tagovailoa was selected fifth overall in the NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins. One of the first big purchases for the popular quarterback, a vehicle for his mother on Mother's Day.
Tagovailoa celebrated Mother's Day by purchasing his mother an Cadillac Escalade. His rookie deal with the Dolphins should be valued at 4-years $30 million. The Escalade is retailing from $75,000-$84,000. Not a bad gift to show appreciation for your mother.
Tagovailoa is on the move to Miami soon, the gift of the vehicle will make it easier for his parents to come down to games and see him. His younger brother Taulia entered the transfer portal over the weekend, the vehicle may come in handy keeping up with both the Tagovailoa football players.
The Alabama quarterback treated his mother well on Mother's Day, falling in line with legendary Coach Bear Bryant's instructions to treat your mother well.
Coach Bryant's South Central Bell commercial outlined how the coach stressed to his players to stay in touch with their parents, and specifically their mothers.