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    With constant questions surrounding the NFL’s revised concussion protocol and its impact, NFL Players Association president J.C. Tretter shared an essay Wednesday on the union’s website to answer some of them. Surprisingly, Tretter said Miami Dolphins quarterback Teddy Bridgewater’s removal from the Oct. 9 game at the New York Jets was not a result of the league and union’s agreed-upon revision announced the day before. “In short, no,” Tretter wrote. “Nothing that happened in Teddy’s case would have been treated differently than before the protocol change. The ATC spotter saw unsteadiness when he stood up and there was a brief pause in the game, which allowed both spotters and the booth UNC to rewatch the video of the previous play. All three agreed to call down to the club medical staff and he was removed from the game for having a no-go symptom.” This contrasts from how coach Mike McDaniel described Bridgewater’s disqualification after one offensive play in that loss at MetLife Stadium — and as it was widely understood. Tretter also touched on what transpired in the Dolphins’ Sept....
    Miami Dolphins' quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has said he is aware he is at the center of player safety in the NFL but insisted he does not want to be known for it ahead of his return to the field.  Tagovailoa will mark his return against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Sunday Night Football, playing for the first time since leaving the field on a stretcher after suffering a concussion against Cincinnati.  The quarterback has been at the center of player safety in the NFL after suffering a concussion against the Cincinnati Bengals on September 29, just days after also taking a rough hit against the Buffalo Bills.  Miami Dolphins' quarterback Tua Tagovailoa doesn't want to be known for his concussion  He has been at the center of player safety after suffering a concussion against the Bengals RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next NFLPA hires new medical chief in the wake of Tua Tagovailova... 'There was a point where I was unconscious... I couldn't... Miami Dolphins are handed a boost as quarterback Tua... Mike...
    Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, in his NFL career, has consistently said he doesn’t pay attention to outside criticism. But ahead of Sunday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, he showed a different side in an interview with NBC’s Maria Taylor. “I take receipts,” Tagovailoa said, using the recently popular phrase for keeping tabs on what others have said. “I handle that internally now. Whatever I can use as fuel, whatever I think, ‘Oh, I can use this as fuel for myself,’ I will. If not, I won’t.” Tagovailoa, in his third season out of Alabama and returning Sunday from a two-game absence due to a concussion, entered the year one of the most polarizing figures in the NFL. He has his staunch group of supporters and devoted critics. Tagovailoa, who said he hired a mental coach to deal with criticism, revealed he first started experiencing it when his Crimson Tide lost the national championship game to Clemson his sophomore season. “When I was in college, it would definitely bother me,” said Tagovailoa, who labeled that the time he began...
    The last thing Tua Tagovailoa remembers was getting tackled by Cincinnati Bengals nose tackle Josh Tupou. After that, it wasn’t until he was at the hospital at University of Cincinnati medical facilities and some of the ambulance ride there when he regained consciousness following his Sept. 29 concussion suffered in the second quarter of that Thursday night loss to the Bengals. “I remember the entire night up to the point where I got tackled,” said Tagovailoa on Wednesday, the first time he has spoken to the media since being taken off the field at Paycor Stadium on a stretcher and strapped to a backboard. “After I got tackled, I don’t remember much from there. Getting carted off, I don’t remember that. But I do remember things that were going on when I was in the ambulance and then at the hospital.” If anything, at least it distanced his mind from the reality of the frightening experience. “I wouldn’t say it was scary for me at the time,” said Tagovailoa, who is slated to start for the first time since his...
    Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was cleared from concussion protocol Saturday  but he will not play this week against the Minnesota Vikings, according to reports.  Tagovailoa has not played since leaving the field on a stretcher after suffering a concussion in Week 4 but returned to training earlier this week returned for the first time since the game in Cincinnati on September 29. He is expected to return for the Dolphins' Week 7 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to ESPN.  Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was cleared from concussion protocol but will not play in the Week 6 game against the Minnesota Vikings  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa returns to practice for the first... REVEALED: Miami Dolphins DID follow concussion protocol with... The NFLPA calls on the NFL to make changes to the concussion... Mike McDaniel says the Dolphins have 'outside specialists'... Share this article Share It is an encouraging sign, both for him, and for a team that lost another passer, backup Teddy Bridgewater, to...
    Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa left the team’s game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday after a late hit that resulted in a roughing-the-passer penalty deep into the first half. Tagovailoa escaped pressure on a third-and-3 play right before the two-minute warning, threw a pass that was completed to wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, and was pushed to the ground after the throw by linebacker Matt Milano. The back of Tagovailoa’s head banged against the ground in a whiplash effect. Tagovailoa was walked off the field and into the locker room, under his own power, with trainers alongside him. He is officially questionable to return with a head injury. The Dolphins have a quick turnaround for Thursday Night Football, facing the Bengals on the road in Cincinnati and Tagovailoa’s availability for that game could be in doubt. The Dolphins and Bills were tied at 14 at the time of the injury and going into halftime. Tagovailoa was 8 of 10 for 76 yards with a touchdown pass when he exited. Backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater then entered for Miami’s third-year signal-caller. It’s...
    The Miami Dolphins won the offseason. Now, it’s time for the massive haul of talent over the past several months — and a new coach — to translate into winning in the regular season and, ultimately, a postseason berth. The Dolphins haven’t reached the playoffs since the 2016 season and haven’t won a playoff game since 2000. Two decades’ worth of misfortune could be on the verge of a turnaround if first-time head coach Mike McDaniel’s vision comes together with a revamped offense that made the major acquisitions of wide receiver Tyreek Hill and left tackle Terron Armstead. If they’re going to break through that postseason barrier that has kept them out despite back-to-back winning seasons, it’ll have to come in a highly competitive AFC where a number of other teams made improvements. Behind the AFC East favorite Bills, Miami will compete with the Patriots for the next spot in the division. For wild-card contention in the playoffs, the entire AFC West and North can be in that mix, along with the Titans or Colts in the South. The new...
    Before Sunday’s 20-9 victory over the New York Giants, Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker had only played in one game over the previous two months with hamstring and shoulder issues. He was away for a key stretch during Miami’s seven-game losing streak that included losses to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jacksonville Jaguars and Atlanta Falcons, and then he missed the first four of the Dolphins’ five-game winning streak going into the bye week. Now, after quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and the offense found somewhat of a groove without him, his reinsertion into the lineup can bring an added dimension to the Dolphins. Playing 71 percent of offensive snaps against the Giants, Parker caught all five passes thrown his way in his return for 62 yards. He made acrobatic sideline catches for first downs on both the touchdown drive at the end of the first half and a key fourth-quarter drive in sealing the win. “It feels good being back on the field with my teammates,” Parker said in a web conference on Monday. “I’m just glad...
    Barring a setback, Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is ready for his comeback. Tagovailoa returns to his starting role Sunday when the Dolphins play the Jacksonville Jaguars in London, after missing most of the last four games — all of them Miami losses — with fractured ribs. Dolphins coach Brian Flores made the announcement Friday, a few hours after the team made the overnight flight from Miami to England. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "Assuming everything goes well in practice, Tua's going to start the game," Flores said. Tagovailoa being back sets up a rematch of the quarterbacks from the College Football Playoff national championship game from the 2018 season, when Clemson topped Tagovailoa and Alabama 44-16. Trevor Lawrence played quarterback for Clemson in that game; the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft is in line to start for Jacksonville (0-5) on Sunday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. "I know they're hungry for a win as a team, and for us as a team, we're hungry for a win as well," Tagovailoa said. He said this was...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa will return to practice Wednesday and may return to play Sunday in London against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The team said he will be evaluated and it will be determined if he will play at a later time. READ MORE: William Shatner Sets Record In Space With Blue Origin SpaceflightTagovailoa suffered fractured ribs during Miami’s Week 2 loss to the Bills. He was placed on injured reserve in late September. READ MORE: Celebration Of Life For South Florida Teen Miya MarcanoThe Dolphins play the Jaguars on Sunday morning. There’s only one team in the AFC with a worse record than Miami and the Dolphins will be facing them on Sunday. The Jaguars have lost 20 consecutive games. MORE NEWS: Miami Beach Commissioner Steven Meiner Proposes Crime Crackdown On Repeat OffendersThe Dolphins come into this game with a record of 1 win and 4 losses this season.
    United vaccine mandate on hold for employees seeking medical or religious exemptions House votes to raise debt ceiling, sending bill to Biden and setting up another fight over borrowing limit Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores told reporters Monday that starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was improving from the fractured ribs he suffered in the Week 2 loss to the Buffalo Bills and could be cleared to play in this Sunday's game against the winless Jacksonville Jaguars in London. © Bill Ingram / USA TODAY NETWORK Per NFL Network's Tom Pelissero (h/t Grant Gordon), Miami designated Tagovailoa to return off injured reserve for practice on Tuesday. This should put the 23-year-old on track to reclaim his spot atop the depth chart over backup Jacoby Brissett, who hurt his hamstring in this past Sunday's loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While Brissett performed admirably and left no doubt about his toughness, he failed to lead the 1-4 Dolphins to a single win in Tagovailoa's absence.  Flores and company will likely see how Tagovailoa feels following practices before declaring if he'll start...
    With Tua Tagovailoa downgraded due to a thumb injury, the Dolphins turn to Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Miami Dolphins are looking to remain in the hunt for the AFC playoff. If they hope to win Sunday, they’ll be doing so without their hopeful franchise quarterback. NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported that rookie Tua Tagovailoa was been downgraded from questionable to doubtful with a thumb injury. Veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick is expected to start against the New York Jets. From @gmfb: The #Dolphins wont force Tua Tagovailoa to fight through a thumb injury vs. the #Jets if they believe its affecting him at all. His status for tomorrow is very much in question. pic.twitter.com/rwqpOeZx9N — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) November 28, 2020 Tagovailoa suffered the injury during this week in practice. Dolphins coach Brian Flores to members of the media that the former No.5 overall pick’s thumb was “a little banged up” but also nothing to worry about. It seems like a setback perhaps cost Tagovailoa a chance to pick up his fourth win under center. Flores also came under fire last week following...
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