NFL - Cincinnati Bengals: Quarterback Joe Burrow does not need any operation on the knee

Impage at the Cincinnati Bengals: The knee injury by Quarterback Joe Burrov has turned out to be as serious. An operation is not necessary.

As Head Coach Zac Taylor declared on Wednesday, Burrows in the Super Bowl against the Los Angeles Rams (20:23) suffered knee injury is merely an aggravation of a compression of the inner band in the right knee. Burrov stayed short after the injury, humped from the field and came back shortly thereafter. He missed no snap.

The compression in itself had gathered in Burrov in week 13 against the Los Angeles Chargers. In the week 17, the blessur worsened at the end of the game against the Kansas City Chiefs, when he was no longer on the field at Field Goal to victory at the last minute.

Joe Burrow knee injury 'another warning signal' to Bengals | Pro Football Talk | NBC Sports In addition, Taylor talked about a violation of Burrows small finger on the right hand, which he has skipped around since the middle of the season. Even this blessur probably does not require surgery.

Burrov missed wide parts of the preseason with a cruciate ligament crack and was awarded for its services in 2021 as a comeback player of the year after he had led his team in his second season in the league in the playoffs, previously the offseason program had already fully accompanied and then 16 of the 17 season games completed.

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"I think that everyone sees it's right," Taylor said about his QB, "Everyone has incredibly much respect for what Burrow has done and how he challenged."