CINCINNATI — Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow popped up on Wednesday's injury report, but he was listed as a full participant.
He limped off the field after getting sacked in the fourth quarter of Sunday's win over the Vikings.
"My knee was pretty sore for right after the game, but I feel better than I have all camp right now, so that's a good sign," Burrow said on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old told reporters it tweaked his ankle after the game, but the injury report said it was his knee. Burrow had his left knee surgically repaired in December. Sunday was his return to the field after nine months of rehab.
"Body feels good. Ready to go," he said.
Burrow did throw to Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins to the part of practice that was open to the media on Wednesday.
Cornerback Trae Waynes didn't participate in Wednesday's practice. He was running and doing drills on the rehab field. Linebacker Markus Bailey (knee) and cornerback Darius Phillips (thigh) were limited.
Safety Brandon Wilson (thumb) was a full participant.
Since Wednesday's practice was a walkthrough, these status' are an estimate of practice participation. Check out the full report below.
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