Joe Burrow

Bengals’ QB Joe Burrow carted off field after calf injury

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was removed from the practice field due to a calf injury, as confirmed by Bengals coach Zac Taylor. Burrow experienced the injury to his right calf during Thursday’s practice session. Suddenly, while executing a roll to his right, Burrow abruptly ceased movement, seemingly without any external contact. As a result, he was transported away from the field using a cart. Preliminary assessments indicate a strain in his calf.

During practice, Burrow made the decision to wear a compression sleeve on his affected calf. It is worth noting that this marks Burrow’s third consecutive training camp in which he has grappled with injury concerns. In the year 2021, he successfully recuperated from a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee. Furthermore, in the previous year, he underwent surgery to address a ruptured appendix. Despite encountering these obstacles, Burrow is actively engaged in contract negotiations to secure the highest-paid position among NFL players.

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