There was a terrifying moment in Thursday night’s game between the Miami Dolphins and the Cincinnati Bengals, when Tua Tagovailoa was carried off the field on a stretcher and taken to the hospital with head and neck injuries.
Tagovailoa seemed visibly shaken after being fired, looking like he froze at one point — the Dolphins said he has movement in all his limbs.
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The NFL world was quick to send positive vibes to the third-year quarterback as he was whisked away in an ambulance.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers defenseman Ryan Shazier’s career ended in Cincinnati after he tried to take down a Bengal: he suffered a spinal contusion that left him temporarily paraplegic.
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He was one of the first to arrive on Twitter with a message for Tagovailoa.
There were also a lot of people calling the NFL because of the terrifying Tagovailoa incident in Week 3,
The quarterback hit his head on the grass and stumbled as he attempted to walk away, but said he hyperextended his back, causing the fall.
However, Sunday’s drop was enough for the NFLPA to launch an investigation into what protocols the Dolphins said were “happy to meet” with.
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Earlier this week, NFL Senior Vice President Jeff Miller said there were “all indications” that Tagovailoa did approve of the protocol in his review update.
But a lot of people aren’t buying that.
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Tagovailoa went to the hospital conscious.