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Bengals’ Joe Burrow could return against Ravens on TNF due to wrist injury


Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow entered the locker room after suffering an apparent right wrist injury during Thursday Night Football against the Baltimore Ravens. It happened during the Bengals’ scoring drive midway through the second quarter, with the 26-year-old Burrow. grabbing his right wrist in pain after throwing a four-yard touchdown pass to running back Joe Mixon. Burrow entered the blue medical tent on the sideline and was seen moments later on the Amazon Prime Video broadcast unable to throw the football. Burrow then ran. in the locker room alongside Bengals medical staff. According to the Bengals, Burrow’s return to the game is questionable due to a right wrist injury. Backup quarterback Jake Browning entered the game when the Bengals got the ball back with just over two minutes left in the second quarter.

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow entered the locker room after suffering an apparent right wrist injury during Thursday Night Football against the Baltimore Ravens.

It happened on the Bengals’ drive midway through the second quarter, with Burrow, 26, clutching his right wrist in pain after throwing a four-yard touchdown pass to running back Joe Mixon.

Burrow entered the blue medical tent on the sideline and was seen moments later on the Amazon Prime Video broadcast unable to throw the ball.

Burrow then ran to the locker room alongside the Bengals medical staff. According to the Bengals, Burrow’s return to the game is questionable due to a right wrist injury.

Backup quarterback Jake Browning entered the game when the Bengals got the ball back with just over two minutes left in the second quarter.

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