Found September 08, 2012 on
For the Bengals:
Out: CB Dre Kirkpatrick (knee)
Doubtful: RB Bernard Scott (hand) and DE Carlos Dunlap (knee)
Questionable: CB Jason Allen (quad)
Probable: QB Andy Dalton (right biceps), DE Robert Geathers (knee), TE Jermaine Gresham (knee), TE Donald Lee (thigh) and LB Dan Skuta (head).
For the Ravens:
Doubtful: G Jah Reid (leg)
Questionable: CB Asa Jackson (illness)
Probable: S Sean Considine and LB Courtney Upshaw (shoulder)
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