https://www.palmbeachpost.com/story...warner-foresees-tua-starting-year/5764240002/ Steve Mariucci, Kurt Warner and Michael Irvin share their opinions on whether, or when, to start Tua. Full quotes in the article but here are some snippets: Mariucci: "...So that all adds up to hey, let’s just relax here. Take a chill pill and let Ryan Fitzpatrick do his thing. He brought in Chan Gailey, who coached Ryan, and so that’s a good marriage right there. And at some point, Ryan will turn over the keys to the car to Tua, but I don’t think he’s ready to play quite yet. He’s got to watch a little bit more. He’s not even seen an NFL game live from the sidelines, let alone play in one. So he’s just go to watch and sit and learn a little bit more. He is the long-term answer over there, so why rush it?..." Warner: "...I believe that Tua will start at some point this year and they will move towards the future with Tua. How many games in, I don’t know. As Mooch was alluding to, it’s so different. He hasn’t taken a snap, so how long does that process take, having no preseason, not being able to work in the offense and work at the speed? I don’t know. And coming off the injury, so there’s been a period of time that he hasn’t played. But I do believe that’s a statement that says Tua will play some football this year for the Miami Dolphins. It’s just a matter of when they feel comfortable with putting him in there." Irvin: "...I would take those first four games and say … 'We’re going to run Ryan, but I want Tua looking at everything, because I’m trying to get him in there as soon as I think he’s mentally ready and he’s seen some football at this level.' He’s a tough kid. You know he got coached tough at Alabama. He played against some of the top talent in college football. He practiced against them every day. So thinking he can’t handle it? I believe he can handle it..."