SANTA CLARA, CA – JANUARY 07: Tua Tagovailoa #13 of the Alabama Crimson Tide reacts against the Clemson Tigers in the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Levi’s Stadium on January 7, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)While there’s no doubt that Tua Tagovailoa is one of the best quarterbacks in college football, the Alabama star has dealt with a handful of injuries thus far in his career.Last year, the dual-threat quarterback battled a knee injury that plagued him throughout the regular season. It can be argued that Tagovailoa was the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy before his injuries slowed him down.Tagovailoa is on pace to be a first-round pick in next year’s NFL Draft. However, scouts will need to see him remain healthy in his junior season.Unfortunately for Tagovailoa, it turns out that he’s already dealing with an injury. Due to a little pain in his hamstring, he’ll have to miss this year’s Manning Passing Academy. The event, hosted by the famous quarterback family, began on Thursday and runs through this weekend.It sounds more like a precautionary move than a serious injury for Tagovailoa… @AlabamaFTBL quarterback Tua Tagavailoa not at Manning Passing Academy due to slight hamstring injury – nothing serious – just kept out for precautionary measures #wgnosports— Ed Daniels (@WGNOsports) June 28, 2019Obviously Alabama has to have some level of concern over this development. The program’s title hopes rides on the health of its quarterback.Tagovailoa has dealt with injuries to his ankle, knee, hand and hamstring over the course of his career with the Crimson Tide.Nonetheless, it’s encouraging to know that Tagovailoa will stay out of harm’s way and avoid risking further injury at the Manning Passing Academy.
Bindu also said that the family did not know more details such as when she met her husband 32-year-old Bexin, an MBA graduate, who also later converted to Islam. Bindu, who hails from the city, said her 25-year-old daughter Nimisha came along with her husband to her house on May 16 last and on May 18, she received a call from her daughter that she was going to Sri Lanka on some business.“She did not reveal from where she was calling even though I asked her repeatedly,” Bindu said. “I tried to prevent her from proceeding, but it failed,” she said.“I also used to get messages from her till June 4, but after that there was no information about her,” she said.Bindu said her daughter Nimisha was a final year dental student in Kasaragod when she met and got married to a Christian youth, who later converted to Islam along with her. India is investigating claims that a girl claimed she was going to Sri Lanka but had later joined the Islamic State (IS), Bindu, mother of a young pregnant woman, who converted to Islam after marriage and is among a group of 17 people from Kerala suspected to have joined Islamic State (IS), on Sunday met Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and sought investigation into the matter, the Press Trust of India reported. “It cannot be said that all missing persons have joined the IS,” Chennithala said adding, “what I came to know is that the state and Central agencies have started an investigation in the matter.” (Colombo Gazette) They got married in November 2015, Bindu said.Meanwhile, five more families in Kasargod, from where most of the missing persons hail, filed petitions before the Chandra police and sought a probe.Meanwhile, senior Congress leader and Leader of Opposition in the state Assembly, Ramesh Chennithala asked the state government to bring before the people the factual position about the reports on missing persons. “Chief Minister told me that probe in the matter is progressing,” Bindu, who submitted a petition stating that her daughter was missing and sought a probe, said in Thiruvananthapuram.