Joe Burrow, the Bengal’s quarterback, was carried off the field after getting hurt during practice

Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals suffered to be a calf strain during practice on Thursday and will undergo further testing. The team would soon learn more about the severity of the injury, according to head coach Zac Taylor, after Burrow was carted off the field at Paycor Stadium.

In practice, the quarterback can be seen pulling up in the middle of his stride and grabbing his calf on the field. He appeared to have the calf already wrapped in a sleeve.

Burrow suffered the harm while rolling to his right during an 11-on-11 exercise and then falling to the ground while limping. At the time of the play, Burrow seemed to favor his right leg.

After the team’s first practice of training camp on Wednesday, Taylor was asked about the compression sleeve Burrow wore around his calf. Joe Burrow was not wearing it. He chose to wear it on Thursday, Taylor said.

Taylor stated, “We’ll learn more as we go. He also mentioned that some players get sore after the first day of practice but added that Burrow felt fine throughout the practice.

Burrow’s injury occurs at a critical juncture for both himself and the Bengals. After losing in the AFC title game and the Super Bowl the previous season, Cincinnati is hoping to break through in 2023 and win a Super Bowl.

Burrow is dealing with an injury for the third consecutive training camp. When Burrow entered the league during the COVID-19 pandemic, his rookie season in 2020 was cut short by a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee. Burrow was still recovering from this injury in 2021. Days ahead of training camp last year, Burrow underwent surgery due to an appendix rupture.