To say that Bengals fans are a bit nervous after today’s practice would be an understatement. Quarterback Joe Burrow was carted off the field during Thursday’s practice. Burrow went down in a non-contact injury to his right leg while moving out of the pocket.
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Burrow wore a black sleeve on the same calf during practice.
Coach Zac Taylor told reporters that Burrow suffered a Calf Strain and his return to the field will be determined at a later date.
Burrow is reportedly under contract negotiations with the Bengals that may help him become the highest-paid player in NFL History. San Diego Chargers QB Justin Herbert recently signed a 5-year contract worth $262.5 million. Burrow is certainly expected to eclipse that market with his new contract.
The Buzz will have more on this as it develops.
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