Quarterback Joe Burrow Is Aspiring To Become a Pianist

Joe Burrow, the former No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, tore a ligament in his throwing wrist, which ended his 2023 season. That is to say, while rehabbing in the offseason, the 27-year-old Cincinnati Bengals quarterback now has aspirations of becoming a pianist.

"I'm learning the piano right now, hopefully I can get pretty good at that by next offseason," Burrow said. "I guess it'll be pretty tough during the season, but it's helped my rehab too for my wrist, so that's something I want to get good at."

Burrow seemingly has had some down time to pick up a new hobby to improve the functionality of his surgically repaired wrist, and who knows maybe to impress the ladies.

Heading into the 2024 season, the Heisman winning QB is hoping to improve off of last year's result, as the Bengals finished with a 9-8 record, after Burrow went down with the right wrist injury during week 11 vs. the Baltimore Ravens.

Consequently, Burrow's fourth season did not live up to the hype of his second and third season in the league, which resulted in a Super Bowl (2021) and AFC Championship (2022) appearance in back-to-back years.

Last season, Burrow appeared in 10 games before his injury, throwing for 2,309 yards, to go along with 15 touchdowns and six interceptions.

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