Cincinnati Bengals quarterback AJ McCarron suffered a sprained left wrist opposite a Denver Broncos, MRI formula showed Tuesday, according to ESPN’s Ed Werder and mixed media reports.
Bengals manager Marvin Lewis and his coaching staff are scheming with a expectancy that McCarron plays Sunday opposite a Baltimore Ravens, a group source told Werder.
McCarron was harmed on a final play of Monday night’s diversion in Denver. He took his eyes off a snap and fumbled, heading to a Broncos recovery. With Denver carrying already kicked a margin idea on a overtime’s opening possession, a turnover resulted in a Bengals loss.
Harvey: Bengals remove on McCarron’s fumble
A two-time inhabitant champion in college, Cincinnati quarterback AJ McCarron isn’t a foreigner to vigour situations, though fumbling a snap in overtime Monday night hermetic a detriment for a Bengals in Denver, Coley Harvey writes.
The second-year QB out of Alabama harm a wrist while scrapping for a lax round with Broncos defensive finish DeMarcus Ware.
“Diving for a football, and it only happened,” McCarron pronounced after a game.
McCarron took over for starter Andy Dalton 3 weeks ago after Dalton harmed his thumb.
In anxiety to a play that caused Cincinnati to trip from a AFC’s No. 2 seed to a No. 3 seed, McCarron pinned a censure on himself.
“It’s my fault. we told a guys that,” McCarron said. “The snap held me a small by surprise. we was looking only to see how they were adjusting to [wide receiver] A.J. [Green] entrance in motion, and it only kind of slipped by my hands and strike my rib guardian and bounced off. It’s my fault. Simple as that.”
Information from ESPN.com’s Coley Harvey was used in this report.