In May, Dallas mayor Eric Johnson tweeted his belief that the city deserves a second NFL team along with the Cowboys.
- The Daily Beast
Kareem Elgazzar/ReutersA neuroscientist who specializes in concussions called for the Miami Dolphins’ medical staff and coaches to be fired after quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was hospitalized with a brutal head injury during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals Thursday night. Tagovailoa’s head hit the ground with such force during the second quarter that his hands and arms appeared to seize up. He had to be stretchered off the field. He was discharged from a hospital on Thursday night and return
- Detroit Free Press
Detroit Lions DT Isaiah Buggs, who played two seasons with Tua Tagovailoa at Alabama, 'was shook' watching the QB's brain injury happen on TV.
- E! News
Miami Dolphins Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa Hospitalized for Head and Neck Injuries Sustained During Game
Miami Dolphins Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was taken to the hospital after sustaining injuries in a game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sept. 29. Read on for the team's statement.
- NBC Sports Boston
Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa's frightening head injury in Thursday night's game drew strong reactions from Patriots players past and present.
- The Tuscaloosa News
Miami Dolphins and former Alabama football QB Tua Tagovailoa should give retirement due consideration after his latest injury scare.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said run-based attack will remain when Dak Prescott returns: “I mean Tony and Zeke are featured players for us. I don’t see us changing.”
- Touchdown Wire
Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa likely went into a "fencing response position" after his concussion. Here's what that means.
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
Joe Burrow isn't afraid to shine.
- The Daily Beast
Jesse Watters, co-host of the Fox News roundtable show The Five, lambasted a colleague who criticized the outpouring of concern for Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, after the NFL player suffered two brutal injuries in just four days. The 24-year-old was pummeled during Thursday night’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals, after hitting his head on the ground and struggling to stand upright on Sunday while playing the Buffalo Bills.Fox News’ Dagen McDowell chalked up calls for firings a
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
DeMaurice Smith vows to pursue “every legal option” regarding the handling of Tua Tagovailoa on Sunday
The biggest concern emerging from Thursday night’s game between the Dolphins and Bengals is whether Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa should have been playing. As explained by Michael Smith on the Amazon postgame show, NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith texted to Andrew Whitworth (a former NFLPA player rep) and Richard Sherman (a member of [more]
A concussion expert says Tua Tagovailoa's stiffened hands were 'primitive' response that suggests damage to brain's cortex
Chris Nowinski says Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's stiffened hands were a sign of decorticate posturing, a serious sign of brain trauma.
- Patriots Wire
Julian Edelman went all in with this comeback
- NBC Sports BayArea
In a video making the rounds on Twitter this week, 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo appeared incensed as he yelled something to himself after throwing an interception.
- Patriots Wire
What happened in Belichick and Brady's private meeting?
- Dolphins Wire
QB1 took to social media.
- NBC Sports Philadelphia
Russell Wilson clapped back at Eli Manning, or "Chad Powers," for saying the Broncos should have given their punter a huge contract instead of the QB.
- NBC Sports EDGE
Nick Mensio dives into the matchups and highlights 25 of his favorite fantasy football starts and sits for Week 4. (Quinn Harris-USA TODAY Sports)
- NBC News
Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa will be sidelined indefinitely, his coach said Friday, after being slammed to the turf and hitting his head, twice in
- Miami Herald
Tua Tagovailoa’s injury in the second quarter of the Miami Dolphins’ game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday was scary because all potential head or neck injuries are, but also because of how the quarterback’s body responded.
- Titans Wire
Eagles WR A.J. Brown says playing for Titans head coach Mike Vrabel was "no fun."