Tua Tagovailoa says he was knocked unconscious, doesn’t remember being carted off field
Speaking to the media for the first time since he suffered a concussion on September 29, Tua Tagoviloa He told his view on the controversial injury.
Tagoviloa said he lost consciousness on treatment He doesn’t remember being taken off the field.
‘Yes,’ he said, ‘I remember the whole night up to the point where it was dealt with’, via Yahoo Sports. “After I was treated, I don’t remember much from there. I don’t remember it. When I was in the ambulance, I don’t remember it. But I do remember things that were happening when I was in the ambulance and when I got to the hospital.”
Tagoviloa was thrown onto the grass, his hands crossed on the field. The concussion sent him to the hospital, just four days after people thought he had a concussion in another game, but it was actually a back injury.
But as Tagoviloa wobbled on the grass, many thought the concussion in that Thursday game was Second Impact Syndrome, causing outrage.
The NFL and NFLPA investigated the injury for which they fired a trauma consultant. The investigation found that the team followed protocol as necessary, but deemed changes necessary. Both sides said that if anyone showed “imbalance of balance/stability, motor coordination or speech not caused by a neurological problem,” known as ataxia, they would not be allowed to return to the game.
Tagoviloa has missed the Dolphins in the last two games, both of which lost. He actually cleared the concussion protocol before Miami’s week six game against the Minnesota Vikings, but missed the match. It is scheduled to start this week.
The Dolphins face the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night.