Bengals quarterback Joe terrier is on “vocal rest” following a throat injury that required a preventive hospital visit, Bengals coach Zac Taylor said on Wednesday.
Burrow did not meet with the media for his weekly press conference. According to the team, Bengals medical staff advised the second-year player to speak as little as possible after going to hospital on Sunday to be evaluated for a contusion to his throat.
He should still play Sunday against the Detroit Lions.
“Everything is fine,” Taylor said. “We’re just limiting what he has to say and how he should use his voice today.”
Taylor said Burrow was fully involved in Wednesday’s walkthrough. He took the usual reps during the media portion of the practice day.
Burrow was not required to stay at a local hospital for Sunday night surveillance following the team’s 25-22 overtime loss to the Green Bay Packers. wide receiver for the Bengals Ja’Marr Chase said he spoke to Burrow before he was taken to hospital for evaluation.
Bengals wide receiver on Wednesday Higgins T-shirt said Burrow’s communication was not abnormal when the team visited.
“He was the regular old Joe,” Higgins said.
Burrow, the first overall pick in the 2020 Draft, has appeared in every game for the Bengals (3-2) since sustaining a season-ending knee injury that caused him to miss the last six games of his season. recruit. In five games, Burrow completed 71.7% of his passes for 1,269 yards, 11 touchdowns and six interceptions.