After leaving yesterday’s “Thursday Night Football” outing prematurely, Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was declared out for the season due to a right wrist injury.
The setback marked an injury-plagued season for the high-profile quarterback and No. 1 overall draft pick in 2020.
Burrow, 26, was seen — in footage that’s circulated on social media — coming off the team bus before the game with something on his right arm or hand.
The signal-caller was not listed on the Bengals’ injury report coming into the game, which the NFL is now looking into.
The quarterback said this had nothing to do with the subsequent injury he had during the Thursday loss to the Ravens.
“This is a completely different thing,” Burrow said upon being questioned about the brace. “It’s not uncommon for guys to wear compression sleeves on the plane because when you go up to that altitude, things can swell up. This is a completely new injury. In football, you have a lot of bumps and bruises. This is a completely new injury.”
Following an MRI on Friday, Burrow was revealed to have a torn ligament in his throwing wrist, which will sideline…
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