Bengals’ Joe Burrow carted off vs. WFT

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Cincinnati Bengals rookie quarterback Joe Burrow has been carted off the field. He suffered the injury on Sunday against the Washington Football Team.

He was injured in the third quarter. Burrow suffered an injury to his left knee.

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow warms up before his team faces the Washington Football Team
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow warms up before his team faces the Washington Football Team (photo by the Cincinnati Bengals/Instagram)

Following a play, he was down on the play as he was getting medical attention. Once he was on the cart, both the Bengals and Washington Football Team players came over to wish him well.

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“Thanks for all the love,” Burrow said on Twitter. “Can’t get rid of me that easy. See ya next year✊“

One of the men, who came over to Burrow, was Chase Young. The two top picks in the 2020 NFL Draft shared a moment.

Earlier in the game, Young hit Burrow near the end zone.

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Burrow has been ruled out for the rest of the game. He has been replaced by second-year quarterback Ryan Finley.

The top pick in the 2020 NFL Draft will have tests over the next two days to determine the severity of the injury. It did not look good.

This could potentially be a season-ending injury for Burrow. We should know more either after the game or on Monday.

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He made 10 starts this season. He was 2-7-1 as a starter.

Burrow went 264 of 404 for 2,688 yards. He threw 13 touchdown passes and five interceptions.

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