Joe Burrow returns to training for the first time since injury

Cincinnati Bengals star Joe Burrow will return to practice for the first time since suffering an injury in training camp. After suffering an injury during training camp in July, Burrow returned to the practice field in time. The Bengals were in the middle. On the second day of training camp, Burrow tried to make a pass and came up with a clutch on his right leg. After limping for a moment, Burrow sat on the turf and was examined by medical personnel before being carted off the field with a calf injury. Burrow was out for several weeks, appearing in practice only as a spectator while he rehabbed his injury and worked out. Behind the scenes. Burrow returned to the field Wednesday with a sleeveless full pad on his previously injured right calf. Burrow will now go through six practices before the season opener at Cleveland this coming Sunday. The Bengals have yet to confirm if Burrow will be ready to play in the season opener on Sept. 10 against the Cleveland Browns. , who suffered a torn ACL at the end of the 2022 regular season, was placed on the reserve/physically unable to perform list on Tuesday.”There are still weeks, of course,” Taylor said of Collins’ progress. “It’s hard for me to predict right now.” Two other players, DD Taudala Besefia Jr. and CB Marvel Dell III, were placed on the reserve/injured list.

Cincinnati Bengals star Joe Burrow will return to practice for the first time since suffering an injury in training camp.

After suffering an injury during training camp in July, Burrow returned to the practice field in time.

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The Bengals were in the middle of practice on the second day of training camp when Burrow came out looking for a pass and got caught on his right leg.

After limping for a moment, Burrow sat down on the turf and was examined by medical personnel before being carted off the field with a calf injury.

Burrow was out for several weeks, appearing in practices only as a spectator while rehabbing his injury and working behind the scenes.

Burrow returned to the field Wednesday with a sleeveless full pad on his previously injured right calf. Burrow will now have six practices ahead of next Sunday’s season opener in Cleveland.

The Bengals have yet to confirm if Burrow will be ready to play in the season opener on Sept. 10 against the Cleveland Browns.

Loell Collins, who suffered a torn ACL that ended the 2022 regular season, was placed on the reserve/physically unable to perform list on Tuesday.

“There’s still weeks to go, for sure,” Taylor said of Collins’ progress. “It’s hard for me to predict right now.”

Two other players, DD Taudala Besefia Jr. and CB Marvel Dell III, were placed on the reserve/injured list.

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