Bengals linebacker Logan Wilson undergoes shoulder surgery

Bengals linebacker Logan Wilson underwent successful surgery to repair a torn shoulder and labial joint, ESPN reported on Sunday.

The sophomore linebacker was injured in a Week 13 loss to the Chargers last season, and he missed the next three games, but returned in Week 17 to help the Bengals secure a playoff berth and the National North title.

Wilson contributed 39 tackles during the playoffs. He stole a pass in the Bengals’ playoff game against the Titans, setting the stage for a free-kick win. But in the Super Bowl, he was also the player who was whistled for pulling Cooper Kupp.

Wilson started 13 games in 2021 and completed 100 tackles, one forced fumble and four interceptions.