November 28, 2022

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Miami Dolphins midfielder Tua Tagoviloa has been taken to hospital with head and neck injuries

Miami Dolphins midfielder Tua Tagoviloa has been taken to hospital with head and neck injuries

Cincinnati – Miami Dolphins Quarterback Toa Tagoviloa He was taken to a local hospital for head and neck injuries he suffered from a cyst in the second quarter in a Thursday night game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Tagoviloa hit the back of his head on the ground when he was sacked by a Bengals nose therapist Josh TopoAlmost immediately, his arms seemed to stop working. He remained on the field for about 10 minutes before being loaded onto a stretcher and carried away.

The Dolphins said shortly before the break that he was conscious and had movement in all of his limbs at the hospital, University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

The entire group of dolphins gathered around the midfield as he took off.

In Sunday’s win over the Buffalo Bills, Tagovailoa underwent a first-half concussion evaluation after hitting his head on the ground and stumbling while trying to return to the rally. The team initially listed him as questionable about his return with a head injury, but later clarified that a back injury caused him to falter. Tagoviloa said later in the week that he passed every assessment he took before eventually returning to the match.

After the game, the NFL Players Association requested a review of the NFL’s concussion protocols after Tagovailoa’s quick return to the game. Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said Monday that the health of his players is nothing to take lightly, that the team will adhere to any review or investigation and that he feels “fine” in the entire process.

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“The one thing that I think our players know better than anyone else, there are certain things that I’m very sensitive to,” McDaniel said. “I get emotionally called out from time to time, and one of those things is player health.” “So I don’t mess with that at all… They went through the protocols and in that process during the match, and that was something we weren’t moving forward in the direction that we did, if there were any kind of red flags because that – you can’t take your midfielders off harm’s way so you wouldn’t – if he had a head problem, he wouldn’t have gone back there.”

Teddy Bridgewater He entered the match in the place of Tagoviloa. Dolphins made a rising midfielder Skylar Thompson Active for the first time in his career as well.