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Defensive end Carlos Dunlap’s hamstring continues to bother him as he has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Browns.
Dunlap has not practiced all week and is listed as doubtful on the injury report, but head coach Marvin Lewis indicated he would not play. Dunlap suffered the injury three weeks ago late in the fourth quarter against Tennessee and was inactive the following week for Pittsburgh. He tried to play last week but played in only 12 snaps and was frustrated with his play afterwards. Rookie linebacker Dontay Moch was the only other player who did not practice due to migraines.
Tight end Donald Lee (foot) was limited in practice but might miss his third straight game since he is listed as doubtful.
The Bengals have 12 players listed as probable. Defensive tackle Domata Peko (foot), who missed the previous two days, was back on the field but was limited. Peko has started 27 straight games, including the playoffs, since he missed the last five games of the regular seas...
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Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green was updated to full practice Thursday and is on track to play in Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.Green missed last week's game against the Baltimore Ravens with a knee injury. He was limited in practice on Wednesday, in order to give him one more day of down time before returning to full participation.Green has 41 catches...
The Bengals are 7-point favorites heading into today’s must-win contest against the Browns. Defensive end Carlos Dunlap is sitting out, but A.J. Green is expected to play. Green and Andy Dalton will face a Browns secondary that boasts one of the best pass defenses in the league. On the other side, Cincinnati’s defense will have [...]
Browns cornerback Joe Haden is looking forward to his rematch with Bengals receiver A.J. Green. In the season opener, Haden held the standout rookie to no catches . . . until the Bengals caught the Browns napping late in...
We wrote a couple weeks ago about the Green Bay Packers chances of getting through the regular season and the NFC playoffs undefeated. So far so good for fans of the green and gold.
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Right now, the Bengals have a fairly good shot at making the playoffs. According to the projection models at Football Outsiders and Advanced NFL Stats, both of which take into account teams' current records and how many more games they're likely to win, the Bengals are the clear favorite for the second wild-card spot in the AFC. This is probably more a testament to the pathetic...
Good morning from Paul Brown Stadium where the Bengals face the Browns in the 77th renewal of the Battle of Ohio. The 6-4 Bengals hold the AFC’s second wild card at the moment while the 4-6 Browns have dropped three of their last four.
A.J. Green is back in the lineup today after missing last week’s game to Baltimore due to a hyperextended right knee. In what is not a surprise...