Report: NFLPA fires consultant who let Tua Tagovailoa play vs. Bills

The NFL Players Association (NFLPA) has not yet concluded the investigation into the quarterback concussion protocol compliance Tua Tagovailoa.

However, he has decided to take matters into his own hands. According to the report of Pro Football Talk Y NFL Network, The union has decided to terminate its employment with the non-league neurotrauma consultant who allowed the Miami Dolphins QB to return to the field during the game against the Bills..

In Tom Pelissero’s report of NFL Networkit is pointed out that both the unaffiliated consultant and the Dolphins doctor were interviewed about the third-year quarterback’s situation. Marcel Louise-Jacques, of ESPNpoints out that the consultant committed multiple mistakes during the QB evaluation during the matchup against the Bills.

Tagovailoa participated in 82 percent of the Dolphins’ offensive snaps. in the first four games of the season. The Alabama quarterback had 1,035 yards, eight touchdown passes and three interceptions after completing 69.6 percent of the passes he attempted.

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The NFL concussion protocol states that if the player shows motor instability, he may only return to the field of play if deemed appropriate by the team doctor and unaffiliated consultant.

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