Tigers quarterback Burrow has a high probability of not participating in the preseason
Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow (Joe Burrow) has finally made a full recovery recently and can participate in rugby training. But the Tigers hope to treat this cornerstone quarterback with caution, and don’t want to rush for success at the risk of recurring knee injuries.
Tigers owner and chairman Mike Brown (Mike Brown) said that Burrow will not participate in the Tigers’ three preseason games with a high probability.
“We shouldn’t let him play before the start of the regular season because we don’t want to let him take risks.” Brown told reporters, “but his performance in recovery is worth an A+ rating.”
Burrow is the No. 1 pick in 2020. He tore multiple ligaments in his left knee during the 11.22 game against Washington last year. In early December, Burrow underwent knee surgery to repair his injury. In his rookie season, Burrow started 10 games, with a pass completion rate of 65.3%, passing 2688 yards, 13 touchdowns, and 5 interceptions.
Tigers coach Zac Taylor (Zac Taylor) did not give a clear timetable, but he said that the team will observe the pineapple injuries every week and strive to make progress in the training camp.