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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow suffered a sprained right wrist during the team’s 34-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, forcing him out of the game and raising concerns about a potential extended absence.

The injury occurred in the second quarter after Burrow threw a touchdown pass to Joe Mixon. Following an unsuccessful practice throw on the sideline, during which the ball slipped from his hand, Burrow showed signs of discomfort and left the field frustrated.

Bengals coach Zac Taylor confirmed the wrist sprain, but the duration of Burrow’s absence remains uncertain. Backup Jake Browning took over, and although Burrow returned to the sideline at halftime, he did not re-enter the game in the third quarter.

Burrow, who had earlier dealt with a calf injury this season, has been a key player for the Bengals, leading them to consecutive AFC title games and a Super Bowl appearance. Browning, 27, had previously made his NFL debut in a loss to Cleveland earlier in the season.



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