Bengals Training Camp Report: Joe Burrow Returns
Joe Burrow, whose Wonderboy season of 2021 put the Bengals in the Super Bowl, took the field for the first time in pads at training camp just as thunder rolled through downtown Cincinnati. With the threat of lightning, head coach Zac Taylor delayed No. 9's return and practice for 15 minutes.
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Joe Burrow makes training camp debut for Cincinnati Bengals, participates in several drills
For the first time in training camp, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow practiced. Nearly three weeks after he had his appendix removed, Burrow donned his orange No. 9 jersey and participated in several drills throughout Sunday's practice.
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Burrow returned on the same day Tee Higgins went full-go for the offense. Said day also featured some interesting developments along the offensive line after some notable struggles during the preseason opener.
Bengals QB Joe Burrow returns to practice field for first time since appendectomy
Though it is unclear how much Burrow did during Sunday morning's walkthrough, participating at any capacity is good news for Cincinnati. That's not to indicate Burrow wasn't at Bengals practice all along, as he was driving around the field on a cart less than one week removed from surgery.
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Some 60,760 fans showed up for a meaningless game in which no stars played. Only one projected starter on offense and defense played, and it was an offensive lineman. Maybe nothing shows how quickly Bengals fans have been to forgive than the stadium being at 93% capacity for a preseason tilt.
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During Friday night’s preseason opener against the Arizona Cardinals, 2021 second-round pick Jackson Carman struggled mightily while fourth-round rookie Cordell Volson looked solid for a big chunk of the night.
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That sprint to the final cut downs before the regular season starts will only quicken in pace from here. One tool outsiders can use to judge how things are going for players is the grading system over at Pro Football Focus.
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