Tyus Bowser, an outside linebacker for the Ravens, suffered a torn Achilles tendon in the final game of the regular season, which was played against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Bowser was a member of the Baltimore Ravens defense that started all 17 games and was a standout performer for the club.
In addition to setting career highs with 59 tackles and 15 quarterback hits, Bowser led the Ravens to a total of seven sacks this season.
However, according to Dr. Tim Kremchek, an orthopedic specialist who serves as the medical director for the Cincinnati Reds, it may take anywhere from six to eight months for a player to return to action after suffering an Achilles injury. This indicates that Bowser may not be ready until the month of September.
Bowser had previously taken some time to mull over the injury-plagued season that the Ravens had, but that time was cut short by the injury.
What happened to Tyus Bowser?
On January 9, in the Ravens’ season finale against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tyus Bowser tore his Achilles tendon. The timing of Bowser’s injury meant that his recovery would lag behind that of other players who had been injured earlier in the season.