7:11 AM PT -- Tua Tagovailoa was released from the hospital Thursday night and has made his way to his home in South Florida on Friday, ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports.
Tagovailoa is "in good spirits," according to Fowler, and initial tests showed he suffered no structural damage during the scary play.
Fowler reports the quarterback is slated to undergo further testing this week.
5:41 AM PT -- 9/30 -- Positive news ... the Dolphins said after the team's loss to the Bengals late Thursday night that Tagovailoa was "expected to be discharged from the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and will fly home with the team tonight."
Terrifying moment during "Thursday Night Football" ... Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was rushed to the hospital after suffering what appeared to be a significant head injury.
The 24-year-old signal-caller was injured in the second quarter of Miami's game against the Bengals ... when he was wrapped up by a defender and thrown to the turf.
Very scary as Tua Tagavailoa goes down after a sack, looks like it may have been the second concussion in 4 days. Really not good. pic.twitter.com/2u0Leb69O5