- Burrow was hit as he followed through on a pass attempt in the second quarter
- He wasn’t able to make any passes on the sideline and went to the locker room
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Cincinnati Bengals QB Joe Burrow has gone to the locker room in pain after hurting his arm on Thursday Night Football.
Burrow had a non-contact injury as he threw on third down in the second quarter and went into the blue medical tent to check on his mobility.
After throwing a few passes, he reportedly shook his head no and went down the tunnel. He was seen unable to complete even a throw by cameras as well.
On the broadcast, reporters said he was unable to raise his arm above 90 degrees and he went straight into the locker room.
He was listed as questionable to return for the remainder of the contest.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow headed to the locker room with a hand injury
After trying to make multiple different throws, Burrow couldn’t complete one and left
Replays showed that Burrow’s hand significantly swelled up after his injury
The broadcast also showed that Burrow was wearing some kind of a device on his wrist
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Burrow has been listed with an injury to his right wrist.
Replays shown on the broadcast seemed to show Burrow’s hand swollen up significantly.
Earlier in the day, Burrow was seen getting off the team airplane wearing some kind of wrist brace.
That was also seen via video from a WCPO – which showed Burrow entering the stadium with a brace.
In his place stepped in backup quarterback Jake Browning – who went undrafted out of the University of Washington in 2019.