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In the middle of practice Thursday Bengals receiver A.J. Green scared the entire Cincinnati fanbase when he fell to the ground on a deep-ball drill and didn't immediately rise. After spending time on the turf with the medical staff examining him Green left the field reportedly without limping.
So that's good and bad news. The good news is that at this very early point it might not be a bad injury for Green. The bad news of course is that the Bengals wouldn't have much desire to see their most-explosive player in the trainer's room at all.
The incident occurred when Dalton threw a long pass out of bounds for Green who was covered on the play by Terence Newman.
After practice coach Marvin Lewis said he thought Green would be fine.
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An MRI found that Bengals All-Pro receiver A.J. Green has a bruised knee, forcing him to miss several days of practice.
Green hurt his left knee near the end of Cincinnati's first training camp practice on Thursday, twisting his leg as he planted to try to make a sideline catch. Green said an MRI that found no structural damage.
At first, he feared that it was a significant...
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Bengals All-Pro receiver A.J. Green has a bruised knee at will miss several days of practice.
Green hurt his left knee near the end of Cincinnati's first training camp practice on Thursday. He had an MRI that found no structural damage.
Green wore a wrap on the knee Friday and walked stiffly. He wasn't sure how long he'd be sidelined.
Coach Marvin Lewis...
The Cincinnati Bengals received a scare during workouts
yesterday, as Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green suffered a left knee injury
while chasing a deep ball out of bounds. While the knee injury could sideline Green
for a week or more, Bengals coach Marvin Lewis does not consider it to be significant,
reports Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com.
"I think he's fine," said head...
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The gasps heard around the Bengals practice field complex across the street from Paul Brown Stadium were definitive. Someone was hurt and it was more than just any someone.
All-Pro wide receiver A.J. Green walked off the field under his own power Thursday afternoon...
Bengals receiver A.J. Green suffered a bruised left knee Thursday and will sit out practices over the weekend, according to Joe Kay of the Associated Press.Fantasy Spin:Green's MRI revealed no structural damage, but the team has no need to rush the talented young wideout back to practice.
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Right tackle Andre Smith was back with the Bengals for the start of training camp on Thursday, but couldn't practice because of a calf injury.
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CINCINNATI (AP) -- Right tackle Andre Smith will be sidelined because of an injured calf when the Cincinnati Bengals open training camp Thursday.
The Bengals put Smith and seven other players on temporary injury lists the day before they opened camp. Smith missed all of the team's offseason workouts and a mandatory minicamp because of personal issues.
The eight can join practices...
The Bengals waived tight end Richard Quinn and waived five other players on Sunday, leaving them with 81 on the roster.
Quinn was on the roster for 15 games last season but was inactive each week. He was Denver's second-round pick in 2009 and played in 29 games, including four starts, in two seasons.
The Bengals also waived defensive tackle Vaughn Meatoga of Hawaii, a first...
The Cincinnati Bengals got quite a scare as their star receiver A.J. Green came up limp during Thursday's practice, but luckily it's not believed to be serious.
“I think he’s fine,” head coach Marvin Lewis said, via Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com. “They went inside just to take a look, “but I think he’s fine.”
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The Bengals open their 2013 training camp Thursday at Paul Brown Stadium. The team has made the playoffs each of the last two seasons but each time it has been a short-lived trip to Houston for a disappointing end in an AFC wild card game.
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The Bengals open their 2013 training camp today at Paul Brown Stadium. The team has made the playoffs each of the last two seasons but each time it has been a short-lived trip to Houston for a disappointing end in an AFC wild card game.
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