Tua Tagovailoa and his injury concern is a topic that’s being widely discussed around the NFL, and in the sports world in general.

The Miami Dolphins quarterback, and former Alabama star, suffered a concussion in the Thursday night loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, and was later transported to a local hospital after he was taken off the field on a stretcher. It was reported late in the game that he was expected to be released and fly home with the team. This injury came after another injury Tagovailoa suffered on Sunday, which appeared to be a head injury, but was described as a back injury.

On Friday morning, Tagovailoa’s trainer, Nick Hicks, shared, “He is doing well. Negative X Rays. No internal bleeding. Will get MRI and second opinion but all things look good at the moment.”

Plenty of fans and media, and the medical community reacted to the events Thursday night and Friday morning: