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Who dey think gonna beat dem Bengals? Everyone, if Cincinnati Bengals star wide receiver
A.J. Green would be out for any length of time.
Fortunately, for Bengals Jungle, Green is back.
Sessler of NFL.com reports that Green, who suffered a bruised knee late in
July, returned to practice on Wednesday.
Green has been diligently rehabbing his knee and though he declares
himself “100 percent,” the Bengals are playing it safe and have yet to announce
if Green will play in Saturday’s game against the Tennessee Titans.
Green had a remarkable season last year with 97 receptions
for 1,350 yards and 11 touchdowns. With
the exception of Patriots’ superstar quarterback Tom Brady, rarely would I say
one player makes or breaks a team’s season.
However, Green is that type of player.
He is the saber tooth cat in Cincinnati and the Bengals will advance as
far as he takes them.
If Green is healthy, I want to see him get some reps in on
Saturday so he can start feeling the speed of the game. Posed to have another incredible season, Green
will make certain no one beats dem Bengals.
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