Joe Burrow is coming into his rookie season with the Cincinnati Bengals and resulting from COVID-19, he’s lastly gotten an opportunity to tour the workforce’s facility. Whereas he’s getting acclimated to his new workforce, Burrow was uncertain on whether or not the preseason was canceled.
Throughout a Zoom name with the native media, Burrow answered a query in regards to the preseason, per The Athletic’s Paul Dehner Jr.:
“I’m unsure — can we, I don’t assume we do have preseason video games. I’m unsure, to be sincere. I’m going to indicate up and do precisely what everybody else tells me,” stated Joe Burrow when requested about Bengals preseason preparation.
Over per week in the past, the NFL and NFLPA got here to an settlement to have zero preseason games in 2020. Regardless of the league’s settlement, Burrow remains to be not sure if the preseason goes to occur.
That might be on the fault of the NFL and NFLPA for his or her lack of communication with gamers. Or Burrow may merely be targeted on getting on the sphere along with his new teammates as quickly as potential.
Practically three months after being chosen by the Bengals with the No. 1 decide within the 2020 NFL Draft, Burrow signed his rookie contract earlier this week. The reigning Heisman Trophy winner is ready to obtain $36 million over 4 years. Above all, all the $36 million included within the deal goes to be assured.
Just like different rookies, Joe Burrow hasn’t been in a position to have many possibilities to do on-field work along with his new workforce. Subsequently, having a preseason would have been useful for the rookie passer. Despite the fact that his data of the preseason being canceled is conflicted, he’ll lastly get an opportunity to start working with the Bengals in coaching camp.
— to clutchpoints.com