Joe Burrow's Wrist Injury

Cut Short

The Bengals are worried about Joe Burrow's health after he departed Thursday night's game against the Ravens with a sprained right wrist.

Injury Revelation

Zac Taylor, head coach of the Bengals, verified the sprain and explained that Burrow exited the game in obvious agony.


Even though Burrow wasn't included on the injury report until later in the week, there was speculation about any preexisting difficulties

Mid-Game Exit

After throwing a touchdown pass in the second quarter, the Bengals quarterback left the game and did not return until the second half,

Browning's Role

backup quarterback Jake Browning entered the game and finished the game by completing 8 of 14 passes for 68 yards and a score.


Burrow completed 11 of 17 passes for 101 yards and a score without throwing any interceptions before departing the game.

Injury History

Burrow's performance was hindered by a calf issue in the preseason and early in the regular season, but he seemed to have recovered


Burrow's current ailment is concerning for the Bengals because of the calf strain he just recovered from and the impact it may have

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