Tua Tagovailoa suffered concussion, expected to be discharged from hospital Thursday night

Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was taken by emergency vehicle

to a Cincinnati-region clinic subsequent to supporting head and neck wounds

during his group's 27-15 misfortune to the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night.

Following the game, Dolphins lead trainer Mike McDaniel said

Tagovailoa experienced a blackout and nothing "more serious."

Tagovailoa, who was managed out of the game,

was cognizant all through and had full development in his furthest points.

He is supposed to be released from the clinic 

and to fly back with the group to Miami. 

He is in blackout convention, per McDaniel.

"That was a personal second, that isn't important for the arrangement 

that anybody pursues, despite the fact that you know 

it's plausible in football to have something that you need to get taken off on a cot