When Cameron Brate had a concussion on Sunday, the Hall of Fame coach detailed what he witnessed on the Bucs bench.
Since the Dolphins handled quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's injury following hard hits against the Bills and Bengals, the NFL's concussion protocol has come under fire.
The Hall of Fame coach and NBC analyst Tony Dungy commented on what he seen during the Buccaneers-Chiefs game on Sunday night, adding to the scrutiny.
Cameron Brate, a tight end for Tampa Bay, seemed confused following a collision with Chris Godwin, a teammate, late in the first half. Brate eventually had to leave the game
due to a concussion after returning. Dungy, who watched the game from the Buccaneers bench, subsequently described what he saw as a "broken system" on Twitter.
Brate had his bell rung, and I was standing quite near to him on the sidelines, according to Dungy. A league-appointed spotter in the press box should halt play and notify the referee.