Joe Burrow Jokes He's 'Considering Retirement' After Tiny Hands Discovery

Joe Burrow Jokes He's 'Considering Retirement' After Tiny Hands Discovery

Now it's fun for Browns fans - and media - to watch the in-state AFC North rivals have every waking minute devoted to a quarterback search in the National Football League draft process.

The Bengals could look at others, like Oregon's Justin Herbert or even Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa if the medical reports on his injured hip are clean. "He's a competitor. He's won a lot of football games for us".

"I'm going to be a rookie, I'm not going to know a lot of things, but I know how to work. It's definitely going to be a legendary class". Of course, every detail of Burrow's life will be examined, on and off the field.

Burrow wasn't the only Quarterback criticized for small hand measurements as reigning Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes faced the same story in 2017.

After news emerged Monday that Burrow's hands measured nine inches - on the low end of the range that personnel evaluators typically prefer in a quarterback - the former LSU star took to Twitter with a facetious response. "Everybody is trying to figure out where I'll time in the 40".

Rhule wouldn't commit to Newton being his starter if he's healthy, however. "We are really wanting to see where the CBA is", Jones said. "I wouldn't say there was anything acrimonious. I know when Cam is healthy, who he is and the type of player that he is". And then hopefully I carry that over to Sundays with the help of the veterans and the coaches.

"Defenses get you to the championship".

The LSU quarterback's desire to play for Cincinnati, which holds the No. 1 pick, has been a topic the past couple weeks. "Now we're buckling down and making sure we take care of business".

Some years, quarterback measurables at the NFL Combine are enlightening.

"You want to go No. 1". "It's disappointing, especially how much you go through. I think we're meeting with the Bengals here in a couple days, and I'm looking forward to just talking ball, seeing what they're about", Burrow said.

The Rams and Broncos left most of their assistant coaches home although they did bring their scouts to Indy. "I'll learn under him", Tagovailoa said of getting a chance to play behind Dak Prescott.

"It's a one-year trial kind of like OPI-DPI instant replay", he said.

While the common consensus previous year was that the Dolphins were poised to go into full tank mode in an attempt to secure the top pick (back when Tua Tagovailoa was viewed as the likely candidate to go first before he suffered a hip injury), they were ultimately outplayed by the Bengals, who benched Andy Dalton and ultimately finished at the bottom of the standings.

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