Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow went through all of OTAs without a brace on his surgically repaired left knee.
“I feel great,” Burrow said on Tuesday. “That’s the plan moving forward. We’ll see when it comes gameday, preseason games. See how we’re feeling. Might put it on, might not, we’ll see, but I plan on practicing without it and seeing how it feels.”
Burrow suffered a torn left ACL, MCL and other damage to his knee in Nov. 2020.
He played with a brace last season, but is hoping to leave it in the past this year.
Burrow threw for 4,611 yards and 34 touchdowns last season.
He also led the NFL in completion percentage (70.4) and yards-per-attempt (8.9).