Dolphins Tua Tagovailoa reportedly flies home after the NFL gets destroyed for poor handling of concussion protocol



Tua Tagovailoa was reported to have sustained head and neck injuries after taking a heavy blow in the Dolphins’ 27-15 loss to the Bengals.

Tua Tagoviloa
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NFL He has a lot to answer after agreeing to send Tua Tagoviloa Back to the field Thursday evening five days later Miami Dolphin The quarterback collapsed after a heavy blow against the Buffalo Bills. On that occasion, Tagovailoa left the field to attend, rather than follow concussion protocol, inexplicably, Tagovailoa was sent to play the entire second half.

After checking, Miami and NFL She stated that all the Tagovailoa he suffered were a back injury. Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said Thursday evening, after the starting midfielder received another heavy blow that left him shaky and visibly injured, “I have absolutely no patience or I might put a player in harm’s way. That’s not what I’m up to at all and no outcome of the game would affect me ‘to be irresponsible’ with the player’s health.”

Tua Tagovailoa was taken to hospital due to the blow he had with sports experts who were not at all happy with the fact that Tagovailoa was on the field again after receiving a brutal shot just five days ago.

The case of Tua Tagovailoa

According to Yahoo Sports, Tua Tagovailoa returned home with the team, and the official report from Miami was that Tua Tagovailoa was Conscious and has movement in all his limbs. Vice President of Communications Jeff Miller stated on Sunday, “Every indication from our point of view is that it was [followed]” Miller said about the protocols.

Two football pundits and former players, Taylor Twillman, whose career was interrupted by a concussion, questioned the NFL’s rationale for involving a player who took a massive hit on Sunday to return to the field less than a week later.

Former World Cup goalkeeper Tony Muola also took to Twitter to talk about how shocked he was when Tagovailoa was allowed to leave hospital so early after suffering two massive blows in less than a week.

The same sentiment has been felt all over social media that the NFL does not protect players in any way or form, when technically, according to the NFL, they follow protocol that doesn’t make sense to anyone.

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