Found December 21, 2011 on Cincinnati Bengals Blog:
Wide receiver A.J. Green was among several players back practicing for the Bengals on Wednesday after sitting out Tuesday’s workout. Green suffered an AC separation last Sunday against the Rams in St. Louis but is expected to play this Saturday when the Bengals host Arizona at 1 p.m. Running backs Cedric Benson and Brian Leonard and cornerback Nate Clements were also back practicing Wednesday. Left tackle Andrew Whitworth and wide receiver Andre Caldwell were not practicing. Neither was listed on the injury report last week, although Caldwell said on Tuesday that he has been battling groin/abdominal issues all season. There has been no word on any health issues with Whitworth. RAVENS SIGN GRAHAM: Baltimore has signed former Bengals kicker Shayne Graham to help with struggling Billy Cundiff, who has missed nine field goals this season and is battling a left calf injury. Graham was with the Bengals from 2003-09 and is second in franchise history with 779 points scored, trailing only J...
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