Super Bowl 56 is right around the corner and the Cincinnati Bengals are set to take on the Los Angeles Rams. It should be a fun game, as both teams have earned their spots for a championship. Cincinnati has luck on their side, while LA has been red hot throughout the postseason. Some good news has surfaced regarding CJ Uzomah as his team prepares for the biggest game of the year.
According to Pro Football Talk, CJ Uzomah plans to play in the Super Bowl after being carted off in the AFC Championship against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Bengals tight end had this to say in regards to his injured knee and the upcoming matchup against the Rams, “To me, I’m like I’m not missing the biggest game of my life. Right? Like, I’m not missing it.”
CJ Uzomah had, even more, to say, as he’s extremely excited for the Bengals opportunity to play in Super Bowl 56. He of course must go through rehab, but Uzomah is optimistic about his chances to play in the biggest game of the year, per Pro Football Talk.
“So that’s my approach going into every day of rehab. If I wake up, and I’m like, ‘Oh, man, it’s a little sore,’ it doesn’t matter… Right when I put my feet on the ground, it’s go time. Let’s get this rehab going. Let’s do everything I can to make sure I’m ready and available to play. That’s kind of where my mind is,” Bengals tight end CJ Uzomah.
We’ll see if Uzomah can participate in Super Bowl 56. He still has to go through some protocols for his knee injury. The Bengals haven’t ruled him out yet, so there is still hope he can play against the Rams on Sunday. Keep a close eye on CJ Uzomah, as Cincinnati will announce his official status at some point in the week.