TJ Houshmandzadeh: "Of course Tua shouldn't have been playing on Thursday night. We athletes need help protecting ourselves from ourselves because we want to play football, that's what we do and that's what we know. In our early 20's, we are not thinking about how that's going to affect us at 50 or 60, and that's where other professionals need to come in and help us. That was scary to see something like that."
Plaxico Burress: "Everybody in this situation is dead wrong. It's another example of NFL owners, head coaches, and doctors willing to do anything to win a football game. They don't care about Tua. They don't care about us. Because you know what they're saying? 'We can get us another Tua.' They don't care about his health. All they were worried about was going 4-0 for the first time in I don't know how many years."
LaVar Arrington: "All of a sudden now there's a confusion as to how this should be handled and who is culpable. No, I'll tell you who is culpable for this - whoever the team doctor is on that team should not have a job after this. The medical team who not only cleared him to go back in to the first game, but cleared him to go in a short week game after that, whatever medical team it was that was overseeing this should be let go."
LaVar Arrington, TJ Houshmandzadeh, and Plaxico Burress rip the Miami Dolphins for their handling of Tua Tagovailoa's scary head injury on Thursday night. The guys break down why they believe the entire Dolphins organization, from ownership to coaching, severely mishandled the response to Tagovailoa's apparent head injury during Week 3 against the Bills, leading to Tua being a victim of an already dangerous situation on Thursday night. The guys dive in to how the NFL and the Dolphins organization should respond to this tragic situation.