Joe Burrow injury update

Injury Announcement

Joe Burrow, starting quarterback for the Bengals, was injured in the team's Week 11 game against the Ravens, and he had to leave

Sprained Wris

Head coach Zac Taylor said after the game that Burrow left the field with what seemed to be a sprained wrist, which hindered.


Concerns over Burrow's wrist surfaced before the game started when a social media picture showed him with a hand bandage.


Burrow's in-game pain was evident after he threw a touchdown pass to Joe Mixon; he went to the medical tent for treatment and then attempted.

Sideline Exit

Sideline The quarterback left the game in the second quarter because he couldn't hold onto the ball, and Jake Browning took over for the rest.


After halftime, Burrow was seen on the pitch without his helmet, a possible indication of the seriousness of his injury that led

Injury History

Burrow's injury history, including a torn ACL/MCL, dislocated finger, and calf problems, adds anxiety to this current setback.


The Bengals have a tough schedule ahead of them and are trying to keep their postseason hopes alive, but losing Burrow for any length.

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