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Bengals News (9/18): Managing Joe Burrow

One expert says Joe Burrow’s calf injury could linger into October.

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Bengals News

Quick Hits: Charlie Keeps Up With Joneses In Bengals History; Offense Calling For Fast Starts
According to Elias, rookie wide receiver Charlie Jones’ 81-yarder marks the first time in history the Bengals’ first touchdown of the season came on a punt return. Jones committed even more history Sunday at Paycor Stadium.

Ravens Clock Bengals For 27-24 Victory
The Ravens put the Bengals in their vintage time of possession vise and squeezed out a 27-24 win Sunday at Paycor Stadium.

Instant analysis after Bengals drop to 0-2 with loss to Ravens
A huge day for Higgins after his zero-catch showing in the opener.

Everything Joe Burrow Had To Say After Week 2
"Not well enough to win. Now we'll go watch the tape. We did some really good things, some things we can clean up too."

Postgame Observations: Bengals’ Rally Falls Short
Up next, the Bengals host the Rams on Monday Night Football on Sept. 15 at 8:20 pm ET.

Everything Zac Taylor Had To Say After Week 2
"The beauty of this team is we know it's a 17-game season."

First Takes: Joe Burrow Waiting To See How Calf Feels
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow said after Sunday’s 27-24 loss to the Ravens he’s not sure how his sore right calf is going to respond after he limped off the field throwing a four-yard touchdown pass.

Bengals QB Joe Burrow comments on his calf injury flaring up again vs. Ravens
Burrow appeared to tweak his right calf again in Cincinnati's loss to Baltimore.

There’s also this analysis from Pro Football Doc, who suggests Burrow’s calf injury could linger into October.

NFL News

NFL Week 2 grades: Cowboys earn an 'A' for destroying Jets, Raiders get an 'F' for blowout loss to Bills
Here are the CBS Sports Week 2 grades for every team

Sorting the Sunday Pile, Week 2: Brandon Staley seat scorching hot after 0-2 Chargers start
Will Brinson looks at the biggest stories from Week 2 of the 2023 NFL season

'Different' Lamar Jackson, Ravens offense on display during road win over AFC North rival Bengals
Lamar Jackson and the Ravens looked comfortable in their new offense during Sunday's win over the Bengals in Cincinnati Bengals. Judy Battista details how Jackson is set up for success with the best array of weapons he's had during his time in Baltimore.

2023 NFL season: Six things to watch for in Saints-Panthers, Browns-Steelers on Monday night's Bobby Kownack breaks down six things to watch for when the New Orleans Saints meet the Carolina Panthers and the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Cleveland Browns in a "Monday Night Football" doubleheader.

2023 NFL season, Week 2: What We Learned from Sunday's games
Around The NFL breaks down what you need to know from all of Sunday's Week 2 action.

Colts QB Anthony Richardson in protocol after self-reporting concussion
Colts rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson self-reported concussion symptoms in the second quarter of Sunday's win over the Texans and is now in the protocol.

Puka Nacua's 15-catch game for Rams breaks NFL rookie records
Rams receiver Puka Nacua caught 15 passes for 147 yards on Sunday, breaking the NFL's single-game record for receptions by a rookie and setting a new overall league mark with 25 catches in the first two games of his career.

Buccaneers' Shaq Barrett dedicates pick-six to late daughter
Shaq Barrett dedicated his pick-six to seal Sunday's win over the Bears to his 2-year-old daughter Arrayah.

Saquon Barkley "walking OK" after ankle injury (but that doesn't mean he can play)
The diagnosis and prognosis are still not known for Giants running back Saquon Barkley's right ankle injury.