After not practicing all last week and being limited on Wednesday, Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green had full participation in practice on Thursday as Cincinnati hosts Cleveland on Sunday.
Green hyperextended his right knee during the first quarter of the Nov. 13 loss to Pittsburgh and was inactive for last week's game at Baltimore. He said the knee did make significant progress during the past couple days and went through normal offensive drills on Wednesday and Thursday.
The return of Green means one of Sunday's best matchups is likely back on. Cleveland cornerback Joe Haden shut out Green in the opener until midway through the fourth quarter when Green caught a 41-yard touchdown pass from Bruce Gradkowski that proved to be the winning score in a 27-17 victory in the opener.
It will also be the renewal of what is a pretty good rivalry between the two that started in college when Green was at Georgia and Haden at Florida.
"I think he's just a good cover guy," Green said of Haden...