The Cincinnati Bengals have added a local coaching arm to the team following Burrow’s season-ending injury

The Cincinnati Bengals have added a local coaching arm to the team following Burrow’s season-ending injury

The Cincinnati Bengals suffered a tough loss with Joe Burrow out for the season (wrist) following Thursday night’s game against Baltimore. Cincinnati will now turn to quarterback Jake Browning for the rest of the season after signal-caller Burrow went down with a season-ending wrist injury. -week.Plitt spent five seasons under center at Ball State. Over the course of his college career, Plett threw the rock 1,246 times while recording 777 completions for 9,051 yards and 68 touchdowns. Plett also had a career center fielder rating of 136.6 for the Cardinals. Plett was an undrafted free agent in the draft class of 2022. In May 2022, the QB participated in minicamp for Cincinnati. He went on to sign a contract with the Bengals on July 27 of last year. In his short stint with Cincinnati, Plett saw action in one preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals where he went on to complete all six pass attempts for 76 yards. And landing. Plett was later waived by Cincinnati in August. After his stint with the Bengals, Plett found his way to the XFL. He joined the Arlington Renegades in November of last year before suffering a knee injury. The righty then joined the Bengals again due to Burrow’s appendix issues. The Cincinnati native will have another opportunity to make a name for himself at the highest level of competition. The Bengals would likely give Browning the start, but a short leash could give Plett a chance to do so.

The Cincinnati Bengals suffered a tough loss with Joe Burrow out for the season (wrist) following Thursday night’s game against Baltimore.

Cincinnati will now turn to quarterback Jake Browning for the remainder of the season after signal-caller Burrow suffered a season-ending wrist injury.

In a precautionary move, the Bengals added a local arm to the club’s coaching staff who was with Cincinnati when Burrow underwent his appendectomy.

Loveland, Ohio native Drew Plitt returned to the Orange and Black during the Bengals’ mini-bye week.

Plett spent five seasons under center at Ball State. Over the course of his college career, Plett threw the rock 1,246 times while recording 777 completions for 9,051 yards and 68 touchdowns. Plett also had a career center fielder rating of 136.6 for the Cardinals.

Plett was an undrafted free agent in the draft class of 2022. In May 2022, the QB participated in minicamp for Cincinnati. He went on to sign a contract with the Bengals on July 27 of last year.

In his short stint with Cincinnati, Plett saw action in one preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals where he went on to complete all six pass attempts for 76 yards and a touchdown. Plett was later waived by Cincinnati in August.

After his stint with the Bengals, Plett found his way to the XFL. He joined the Arlington Renegades in November of last year before suffering a knee injury. The righty then joined the Bengals again due to Burrow’s playoff issues.

The Cincinnati native will have another opportunity to make a name for himself at the highest level of competition. The Bengals would likely give Browning the start, but a short leash could give Plett a chance to do so.

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