Joe Burrow was having a successful rookie campaign with the Cincinnati Bengals and then in a flash it all came crashing down.

The former LSU Quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner, in 10 games, threw for 2,688 yards and 13 touchdowns before his season was ended by a knee injury.

Burrow needed reconstructive surgery on his left knee after tearing his ACL, tearing his MCL, and having other structural issues in his knee.  It's still unclear if he'll be ready for the opening of the 2021 season, however, Joe took to twitter to share a video of him walking just after three weeks removed from his surgery.


I wish him the best in his recovery, and the Bengals have to strengthen their offensive line this offseason in the draft and free agency.

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