Bengals quarterback Burrow sprains knee

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow suffered a sprained knee during the game, but preliminary tests indicated he did not need surgery, according to NFL Network reporters on Tuesday.

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With 11:55 left in the game, Burrow tried to step up the ball after receiving the kick, but was rushed by the Rams five. After being sacked by Von Miller, Burrow grabbed his right knee on the ground and limped off the field. After a short break, Burrow returned to the court and finished the game.

Burrow suffered a serious knee injury in his rookie season, tearing the ACL and medial collateral ligament of his knees.

One of the priorities of the Bengals this offseason is to strengthen the offensive line and make Burrow’s passing easier. In 30 career games, Burrow was sacked 102 times (counting for the playoffs). During the 2021 regular season, Burrow was sacked 51 times, but the Bengals still won the top spot in the AL North and eventually reached the Super Bowl.