Tua Tagovailoa's travel arrangements are decided by dolphins.

It sounds like the team is keeping him off the field until the concussion protocol procedure is carried out while the NFL world waits for additional details

 regarding the injury sustained by Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, not to mention the NFLPA inquiry into how it was handled.

Following a concussion sustained during the Dolphins' loss to the Cincinnati Bengals last Thursday, 

Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel revealed on Friday that Tagovailoa is "diligently going through the process."

While he had already been ruled out, McDaniel said that Tagovailoa won't be accompanying the club to this weekend's game against the New York Jets.

The NFLPA's inquiry was started after Tagovailoa exited the September 18 game against the Baltimore Ravens with what appeared to be a head injury but eventually returned.

Then, last Thursday, when Tagovailoa suffered a hit once more and had to be carried off the field,

 there were debates about whether he should have played and how the team handled the situation.

This Saturday, Teddy Bridgewater will start for the Dolphins, who might be without Tyreek Hill as wide out. The Dolphins are hoping he will play, according to McDaniel.