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Rex Ryan says that it was an Epic Fail the way the Dolphins handled the Tua Tagovailoa concussion situation

NFL claims concussion protocols did not fail Tua Tagovailoa
NFL claims concussion protocols did not fail Tua Tagovailoa, Rex Ryan the former NFL head coach disagrees

If you watch football you would know that anyone who takes a shot to the head the way Tua Tagovailoa did that left him wobbly legged, should not be playing in the second half. That is clear, but Rex Ryan did not hold back any punches.

The former New York Jets head coach said on Sunday NFL Countdown that coaches need to protect players from themselves.

Ryan then went on to say that the injuries from the Bills game were clearly from head trauma and not a hyperextended back like everyone is claiming.

Ryan went on to say it was an EPIC FAIL by the team and the Coach.

“This is clearly from head trauma. That’s it, a concussion,” Ryan added. “I know what it looks like. We all know what it looks like. My answer is this, no way in hell I put my son back in that game. No way in hell. And you know what, no way in hell I put somebody else’s son back out there either.”

“This is an epic fail. It’s a fail on the coach, too,” he said. “As a coach, you’re the last line of defense. I’m sorry, but I’m not letting that guy back out there.”

I have asked this before, do you believe that Tua had a back injury? That was definitely a head injury, and someone let it slide. Will Tua play this week? Or will the NFL step in?


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