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Dolphins’ Daewood Davis out of hospital, in concussion protocol

(Qnnflash) – Miami Dolphins’ rookie wide receiver Daewood Davis has been released from Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville, Florida, after being admitted overnight following a hit to the head during the team’s preseason finale against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The incident led to Davis being placed in the NFL’s concussion protocol, according to coach Mike McDaniel’s announcement on Sunday.

During Saturday’s game, Davis was taken off the field on a spinal board after the head injury. Although he remained conscious and retained the use of his extremities, the medical staff took precautions. McDaniel revealed that Davis’s condition has improved since the previous night, with increased strength and progress in certain areas that were initially concerning.

The Dolphins faced a series of injuries during the same game. Elijah Campbell, a defensive back in contention for a starting safety position, suffered a knee injury that necessitated him being carted off to the locker room. While an ACL tear was avoided, McDaniel disclosed that Campbell did sustain a significant injury that will extend into the regular season.

Running back Salvon Ahmed was taken to the locker room to undergo concussion evaluation, and although he passed the tests, he remains listed as day-to-day. Additionally, quarterback Mike White successfully cleared the concussion protocol after progressing through the necessary stages throughout the week.

The competition for the Dolphins’ backup quarterback role between Mike White and 2022 seventh-round pick Skylar Thompson has yet to be publicly decided. McDaniel confirmed that the announcement will be made to the players before being disclosed to the public.

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