The Cincinnati quarterback was ordered by the club’s medical staff to speak as little as possible, following a hospital visit for a throat bruise
The quarterback of the Cincinnati Bengals, Joe Burrow, is on “voice rest” after a throat injury that required a hospital visit as a precaution, said the head coach Zac taylor this Wednesday.
Burrow he did not meet the media for his weekly press conference. According to the club, the Bengals medical staff advised the second-year quarterback to speak as little as possible after going to the hospital last Sunday to be evaluated for a bruise to the throat.
He is expected to play in any way Sunday against the Detroit Lions.
“Everything is fine,” he said Taylor. “We are simply limiting what you should say now and how you should use your voice throughout the day.”
Taylor said Burrow he participated fully in the simulation on Wednesday. I was getting the usual reruns during the media portion of the day.
TO Burrow He was not required to stay in a local hospital for monitoring Sunday night after the 25-22 overtime loss to the Green bay packers. The wide receiver of the Bengals, Ja’Marr Chase, said he spoke with Burrow before being taken to the hospital for evaluation.
On Wednesday, the Los Angeles wide receiver Bengals, Tee Higginssaid that the communication of Burrow it was not abnormal during the computer simulation.
“He was the usual regular Joe,” he said. Higgins.
Burrow, the first overall pick in the 2020 draft, has appeared in every game for the Bengals (3-2) since sustaining a knee injury that ended the final six games of his rookie season. Through five encounters, Burrow he has completed 71.7 percent of his passes for 1,269 yards, 11 touchdowns and six interceptions.