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NFL Injury Report:
The Cincinnati Bengals placed backup running back Bernard Scott on the IR earlier this week, but they only had one player listed on their
injury report that did not participate in practice Thursday.
Wide receiver A.J. Green, who was hampered by an injury
earlier in the week, participated fully in practice, as did cornerback Dre
Kirkpatrick. Green has been dynamic this season for Cincinnati, totaling 36
catches for 493 yards and four touchdowns over his first five games.
There were several Bengals’ players that were limited in
practice yesterday and who figure to enter the weekend questionable against the
Cleveland Browns, including a trio of cornerbacks, Jason Allen (quad), Adam
Jones (back) and Terence Newman (groin), as well as offensive lineman Andrew
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Bengals receiver A.J. Green (knee) fully participated in practice Thursday, according to Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer.Fantasy Spin:Green is fifth in the NFL with 493 receiving yards on 36 receptions and second with four receiving TDs. Green will have his work cut out for him Sunday with Browns cornerback Joe Haden returning from suspension, but we like his chances.
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Cincinnati Bengals @ Cleveland BrownsCincinnati: The Bengals come off a lackluster performance in Week 5 against a better-than-you-think Miami Dolphins team, losing 17-13. It was a very winnable game for the Bengals, but their offense just didn’t play up to their potential.The good news is, Week 6 brings the winless Browns to town, who sport the 25th ranked passing defense...
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Sarah Jones avoided jail time this week for having sexual contact with a minor while she was a student at a Kentucky school. Jones, 29, also had been a cheerleader for the Cincinnati Bengals.
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Preview And Prediction: Bengals (3-2) @ Browns (0-5) -
The Cincinnati Bengals’ offense took a step back last week. Even with standout cornerback Joe Haden returning for the ClevelandBrowns, the Bengals have to like their chances of getting back on track Sunday. Cincinnati goes for the season sweep and a fifth consecutive victory over the host Browns, who will try to avoid a franchise...
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Andy Dalton and Brandon Weeden enter this matchup as some of the best young pure passers in the NFL. Dalton is currently seventh and Weeden is No. 10 at the moment in passing yards.
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