DE Carlos Dunlap is dressed and back at practice today as the Bengals finalize their work week preparations for Sunday’s game at PBS against Baltimore. Safety Taylor Mays (hamstring) and offensive tackle Anthony Collins (eye) were not practicing. Collins has an infection but said during Friday’s open locker room session that he expects to be available Sunday.
The Bengals will release their official injury report after practice.
Dunlap was held out of Thursday’s practice with a sore hamstring but that was a precautionary move. The second-year lineman leads the Bengals with 27 quarterback pressures and has four sacks despite having missed four games with the injury and playing only sparingly against the Ravens at Baltimore on Nov. 20 the first time the teams met this season.
Dunlap didn’t play against Baltimore in the first game last season but in the regular season finale at M&T Bank Stadium he had four tackles, 1.5 sacks for 11 yards in lost yardage, one tackle for loss, three q...