Posted August 28, 2012 on
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Bengals center Kyle Cook has a foot injury that could sideline him for the season, another setback to Cincinnati's offensive line in the preseason.
Cook got hurt during a preseason game on Thursday night against Green Bay. He initially thought it was only a sprained ankle, but tests found more significant damage.
Cook was wearing a protective boot on his right foot on Tuesday. He said he could be sidelined for a few weeks or possibly the entire season.
The Bengals already have lost left guard Travelle Wharton for the season with a knee injury. Their backup at center is rookie Trevor Robinson, signed as an undrafted free agent from Notre Dame. He played guard in high school and college, but the Bengals moved him to center during training camp.
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The Bengals lost more than just a game last week vs the Packers as it looks like starting center Kyle Cook is going to miss some extended time. Another big blow to an offensive line already without one starter. The Bengals wrap up their preseason this Thursday night in Indianapolis against Andrew Luck and the new look Colts.
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The Cincinnati Bengals have signed center Jeff Faine to a one-year deal.
Following a foot injury to starter Kyle Cook, the Bengals needed help at center. Faine passed his physical yesterday and signed after a workout for Cincinnati.
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