on Sunday, Miami Dolphin Midfielder Tua Tagovailoa appeared to have a head injury after hitting his head on Bermuda Grass after a push before. buffalo bills Full-back Matt Milan. The causing the need to put a concussion protocol into effect.
Tagoviloa returned to the match in the second half after he was Doubtful announced to return with a head injuryBut there were also reports at the time that he may have suffered a back injury while playing rather than a head injury. He is now dealing with a back and ankle injury, Although the NFL confirmed They will review whether the dolphins have followed the league’s protocol for concussion. The NFL said it had all indications of following protocol.
The Dolphins head 3-0 to Cincinnati to face Bengals Thursday evening, so the training schedule is changed for the short week. Miami coach Mike McDaniel He said If it is not a short week and the team conducts the training as usual, . Tagovailoa’s match-up status is still up in the air, but McDaniel said the quarterback told him he would do everything in his power to play.
When asked about playing Thursday night, Tagoviloa reporters“That’s the plan.”
The 24-year-old said that his back is what causes the most discomfort and that the back affects all critical movements of the midfielder, including throwing, delivering and twisting. McDaniel also spoke about the importance of the back to the quarterback, saying that Tagovailoa needs to function properly in order to protect himself. If his back isn’t ready by Thursday, McDaniel said he’ll protect it by sitting outside.
“I know if he doesn’t play, it’s literally not possible,” McDaniel said.Via Pro Football Talk). “We’re just taking action on Teddy (Bridgewater) after that. But we’re happy with the way it’s going, so far, and I’m very optimistic about the way it’s going.”
Tagoviloa is currently rehabilitating in hopes of improving the injury before the match. not yet thrown, For all NFL mediabut plans to do so before the detailed instructions.
McDaniel hopes to announce the status of the Tagovailoa game either Wednesday or Thursday morning at the latest. “It’s not going to be five minutes before the game,” McDaniel said.
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