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...