The Cincinnati Bengals released the following statement on Joe Burrow's surgery this week:


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Heck yeah
Reply2 months
Thank God!
Reply2 months
I always wonder with pro sports, there are what 30 teams, 5 linemen starters per team, so 150 total starter in the league. How are there not 1000 quality starters available in the entire country? Why do so many of them have to be so awful?
Reply2 months
They don't just have to be good. They also have to be better than the D-linemen and edge rushers.
1 month
Washed up in one season.
Reply2 months
When your wife had her tonsils removed, it didn't make her any less of a wh0re.
2 months
I bet Joe is already rehabbing
Reply2 months
They need to lose every fricking game the rest of the year and draft linemen with top 3 picks at least.
Reply2 months
The Bengals are an abortion of a professional football team. Hope Joey is able to get an O-line or GTFO.
Reply2 months
Did anyone ever find out other than the ACL and MCL if there was other significant ligament damage? I know that was a concern initially. If anyone can make a full recovery in the shortest amount of time I’d definitely put my money on Joe.
Reply2 months
I believe there was a follow-up statement that mentioned structural damage...whatever that means...not sure of bones and further down into ankle...
2 months
could just mean some fraying of cartilage, some minor meniscus damage, etc. It's likely not going to mean another joint or any kind of significant fracture.
2 months
He needs to demand to be traded from that dumpster fire.
Reply2 months
He’s no bitch, but he should def ask for some new lineman.
2 months
He could do something unheard of in today's sports world: actually honor the terms of the contract.
2 months
Geaux Jeaux, get back better & sooner!
Reply2 months
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