Tua Tagovailoa, the quarterback of the Miami Dolphins, expressed his condolences to wide receiver Tyreek Hill when a fire broke out at his home.
Tagovailoa admitted he didn't get to talk with Hill before leaving practice to attend to the fire, but he was relieved to learn his wide receiver's family was alright.
"I think that that would be difficult for not just my teammates but anyone in general, to be going through what Tyreek is going through right now,"
Tua was quoted as saying in the press conference. "I think the main thing is his family is safe, his loved ones are good."
The Dolphins meet the Buffalo Bills on Sunday Night Football on NBC as they compete for the AFC East Division title, with Hill attempting to break
Calvin Johnson's receiving yards record and surpass the 2,000 yard receiving mark for the season.
Referees ask those linemen reporting eligible make the physical gesture and report orally to officials, as Kalyn Kahler and Colton Pouncy explain above.
Skipper can be seen gesticulating on the final play, but he insisted after the game that he said nothing to the refs. Meanwhile, Decker can be seen making the motion while facing an official in the NFL footage.