OrthoCincy hand & wrist specialist, Dr. Jonathan Slaughter, with initial thoughts on Joe Burrow’s wrist injury

Cincinnati Bengals QB Joe Burrow sustained a ligament tear in his right wrist during Thursday night’s match against the Baltimore Ravens, forcing him to sit out the rest of the season. Bengals’ head coach Zac Taylor mentioned on Friday that Burrow will likely need surgery and expressed the QB’s disappointment with the diagnosis.


Burrow exited the game in the second quarter following a successful touchdown pass to Joe Mixon, giving the Bengals a 10-7 lead. He exhibited signs of discomfort while releasing the ball during that play.


OrthoCincy hand surgeon Dr. Jonathan Slaughter joined FOX19 to discuss the injury.