Tua Tagovailoa had a luau for a charity event that featured some fun times

Tua Tagovailoa had a luau to raise money for charity. The event had some fun times with his teammates and new head coach Mike McDaniel.

Tagovailoa hosted an event called “Luau with Tua” on Saturday to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward. He will also have another luau in Tuscaloosa on April 13.

The Tua Foundation which organized the event has managed to raise $500,000 since its inception. The foundation’s board of directors includes Tua Tagovailoa’s mother, Diane Tagovailoa, who sits on it.

The event was for a good cause, it also featured fun moments never before seen by other coaches in the league. One moment was when McDaniel learned to play drums on stage as well as sing along with the performers.

The fun didn’t stop there, former rookies Jaylen Waddle and Jaelan Phillips were also at the event. They were recorded performing their best Hakka dance in front of the crowd.

Xavien Howard, who is now the Miami Dolphins’ most-started player on the roster, spoke about facilities feeling happier since McDaniel’s arrival.

It could be all about that youthful energy the Finns need to help them get through and finally qualify for the playoffs this season.

Tua Tagovailoa will be a huge factor as far as this team goes, their new coach is known for creating patterns that maximize his players’ strengths.

In training camp, the moments found in events like these can help players and coaches build a friendly relationship.

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