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Friday Headlines: Tua Tagovailoa Edition

Prayers that Tagovailoa will make a full recovery from injuries suffered on Thursday night.

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NFL: Miami Dolphins at Cincinnati Bengals Kareem Elgazzar-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Dophins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa had a frightening injury during Thursday night’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Tagovailoa was taken to the ground on this play below and had what appeared to be a potential second concussion in five days. He was taken out on a stretcher and an ambulance took him to the University of Cincinnati medical center. Later on in the evening the team did release a statement saying “he is conscious and has movement in all his extremities” but didn’t elaborate any further than that statement.

Tagovailoa went down during last Sunday’s game vs. the Buffalo Bills, too, and showed concussion-like symptoms immediately after the hit but he and the team said after the game that it was a “back injury.”

Speculating is the last thing any of us need to do at this point. However, that doesn’t mean an investigation into the team and their decision making/transparency surrounding Tagovailoa isn’t warranted. The biggest impact fans and people reading this is to pray for Tagovailoa and that he’ll be able to make a full recovery from these two injuries.

Tweet of the Day

This is incredibly awful.


Rich Scangarello knows Chris Rodriguez is a difference maker - Vaught’s Views

He’ll look to make a difference this Saturday at Ole Miss.

J.J. Weaver is shooting to return from injury next week - KSR

They’ll wish they had him this weekend.

Now comes the hard part for Kentucky football - Vaught’s Views

It’s time to prove the doubters wrong.

Chris Livingston exchanges star role for winning basketball at Kentucky - KSR

Love this mentality.

Buccaneers and Chiefs meet in Super Bowl 55 rematch - USA Today

Who’s your pick?

Ole Miss Tempo will keep the Kentucky Defense on its Toes - KSR

UK offense will need to have long drives to help the defense.

Chiefs- Buccaneers game to remain in Tampa after Hurricane Ian - ESPN

Prayers to everyone in Florida.

ESPN will interrupt Kentucky vs. Ole Miss for Aaron Judge Watch - KSR

This is getting old... fast.