Dolphins QB Tagovailoa remains in concussion protocol

Miami Dolphins quarterback While in the concussion protocol, Tua Tagovailoa has no expected timing of return

The circumstances leading up to Tua Tagovailoa's injury on Thursday night have been thoroughly examined by Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel, down to his own play call

Tagovailoa was taken to the hospital on Thursday after hitting his head on the ground while being sacked by Cincinnati Bengals nose lineman Josh Tupou in the second quarter

Before being dragged off the field and taken with a concussion and a neck injury to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, he lay on the ground for around 12 minutes

According to the Dolphins, he was given a concussion diagnosis and is currently in the protocol with no estimated time of return

Tagovailoa expressed his gratitude for everyone's support on Twitter and claimed to be "feeling lot better."

After a similar incident on Sunday during Miami's game against the Buffalo Bills, the injury happened four days later

The back of Tagovailoa's head hit the ground, and he was checked for a concussion after that