Joe Burrow has a sprain but doesn’t need surgery

CINCINNATI Bengals quarterback Joe BurrowWill not need surgery to fix a right knee injury he sustained during Super Bowl LVI.

Zac Taylor, Bengals coach, said that Burrow will need to rest after injuring his MCL in his right leg in the team's loss. Los Angeles RamsSunday. Burrow continued to play despite being unable walk the last half of the 23-20 loss.

After the loss to The Falcons, the second year quarterback was initially sore. Los Angeles ChargersIn Week 13. It was aggravated again during the Week 13 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Burrow was not present for the game-winning field goal, which allowed Cincinnati to win the AFC North.

Taylor said that Burrow won't need surgery for a pinkie injury sustained on his throwing hand during the middle of the season.

The second-year quarterback demonstrated his toughness throughout his season after tearing the MCL and ACL in his left knee in the rookie season. Burrow played in 16 games last year and didn't miss any of his offseason activities in 2021. He was also named The Associated Press' NFL Comeback player of the Year.

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