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Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has returned to practice after breaking a bone in his thumb on his throwing hand last week. Per ESPN:

Saban said that Tagovailoa, a rising sophomore, has made a nice recovery and is able to grip the football, execute handoffs and do some throwing.

"Obviously he's got a bad hand and we don't want to hit on his hand," Saban said, "but hopefully in a short period of time he'll be able to go back out there."

Saban said that the swelling and pain in Tagovailoa's injured hand are subsiding and that "no special provisions" are needed for him in terms of contact during practice.
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