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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 injury. A trainer examined the knee, and Green got up and walked off the field.
''It was (frightening) for me,'' Green said. ''I felt it, but everything felt intact. I got up and walked off, so it's fine.''
Coach Marvin Lewis said Green will miss at least the weekend practices, when the Bengals put on pads for the first time. Lewis said Green suffered a bruise inside the knee.
Cornerback Terence Newman was covering Green on a deep pass along the sideline that drifted out of bounds. Newman gave Green a light push as he tried to get away from him. Green planted his left ...
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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...
CINCINNATI Not all gasps are made the same. They come in their own unique octaves and tones depending on the situation.
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...
A.J. Green will miss the next few days of practice at the minimum but there is no structural damage to his left knee that the Bengals All-Pro receiver injured on Thursday’s opening day of training camp.
Green had an MRI of the knee taken on Thursday. The test revealed bruising both internally and externally but no ligament damage. Green was attempting to catch a pass from quarterback...
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On one of the first plays of training camp, cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick found himself covering All-Pro receiver A.J. Green. The first-round draft pick was getting tested right away.
Green made a move and took off down the sideline, a place that's his domain. Kirkpatrick not only stayed with him but edged into him, breaking up the pass.
This is what Cincinnati has waited a year...
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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Pressure might be the wrong word. Pressure implies a situation that causes one to sweat and fret. Dalton isnt sweating or fretting his position as the quarterback of the Bengals. There is an expectancy that Dalton and the Bengals will be better than a one-and-done playoff...
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.
Smith was the only player who missed all of the team's offseason workouts and a mandatory minicamp while attending to personal matters. He signed a three-year deal in April, keeping the Bengals' offensive line intact from last...
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.”
As seen in the photo from the Cincinnati Enquirer...
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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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Defensive end Jamaal Anderson, formerly of the Cincinnati Bengals, has inked a deal with the Chicago Bears and will fill the void in the training camp roster that was created when defensive tackle Sedrick Ellis abruptly retired from the National Football League.
Anderson was originally drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in 2007 and has played in 77 games, accumulating a meager 7.5 total...