Former LSU quarterback Joe Burrow has had a lot of success at all levels of football, but it has come at a price that several players have paid. In light of what has gone on with Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, Burrow shared his own experiences with head injuries.

In an interview with Colin Cowherd, Burrow said that concussions are something he has personally dealt with and that he believes all players go through at some point. Burrow said that while hasn’t had concussions that have given him issues in terms of having noticeable long-term effects, that he has forgotten the rest of the game at some points after taking a hit.

Burrow has never missed time in his NFL career for concussion-related issues.

“I’ve had some where I don’t remember the second half or I don’t remember the entire game or I know that I got a little dizzy at one point, but nothing long-lasting,” Burrow said, per Sporting News.

The signal-caller said that there are things that can be done to make the game of football safer, but at the end of the day, risk of injury is just something that comes with the territory.

“That’s part of the game, I think, part of what we signed up for,” Burrow said. “You’re going to have head injuries. You’re going to tear your ACL. You’re going to break your arm. That’s the game we play, it’s the life that we live and we get paid handsomely for it. I think going into every game, we know what we’re getting ourselves into.”