Tua Tagovailoa Wobbles Around Trying To Stand After Head Slams Into Turf, Forced To Leave Game

Tua Tagovailoa was looking to lead the Dolphins on their third scoring drive of the game Sunday against the Bills, until an unfortunate hit left his stumbling and unable to stand.

Tua was pushed by Buffalo’s Matt Millano in what was ruled roughing the passer, forcing Tua’s head to whip into the turf. After standing up, Tagovailoa collapsed and had to be held up by teammates to avoid falling again.

He was forced to leave the game and went into the locker room to be evaluated for a likely concussion.

Backup Teddy Bridgewater entered for Miami and went three and out. Tua eventually returned for the start of the second half.