Bengals’ Joe Burrow details on what he worked this offseason

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow insists he has improved his entire game this offseason.

Burrow, who was taken at No. 1 in the 2020 NFL draft, showed flashes of his talent in his rookie season before suffering a torn ACL in Week 11.

“I’ve improved my entire game right now,” Burrow said, via Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer. “I’m excited to show all my improvements – deep ball, intermediate, protections, everything. I’m just a much better all-around player.”

The footwork was Burrow’s major focus this offseason.

“The biggest thing is getting all my cleats in the ground, both on my back foot and my front foot,” Burrow said. “Instead of stepping with my toe and rotating there, I’m stepping with my full foot and not rotating as much. And that’s just allowing me to generate more torque and power in my core and it will translate up to my arm.”

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