CINCINNATI, OH - NOVEMBER 13: A.J. Green #18 of the Cincinnati Bengals walks off the field after being injured while scoring a touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Paul Brown Stadium on November 13, 2011 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Steelers won 24-17. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
The Bengals have bad timing. They stayed relatively healthy through the first eight games of the season and when they got into the most important stretch of games, they lose Leon Hall for the season, No. 1 receiver A.J. Green tweaks his knee, Adam Jones still isn't quite healthy, Carlos Dunlap (he came back to practice on Wednesday) sat out for a game and some of the more important players on the team are just a little banged up.
Like the Steelers, the Ravens are quite a bit healthier than the Bengals as they head into their matchup. Wide receivers Lee Even was limited in practice on Wednesday because of an ankle injury and Ray Lewis, the biggest name on the Ravens' practice report, missed practice due to an injured foot.
Click the jump to see Wednesday's practice report for both teams.
|TE Donald Lee (foot)||DNP|
|CB Adam Jones (groin)||DNP|
|DE Carlos Dunlap (hamstring)||LP|
|DT/DE Jonathan Fanene (illness)||DNP|
|RB Brian Leonard (knee)||DNP|
|WR Andrew Hawkins (hamstring)||LP|
|CB Nate Clements (knee)||DNP|
|S Chris Crocker (knee)||DNP|
|DE Frostee Rucker (knee)||DNP|
|WR A.J. Green (knee)||DNP|
|S Gibril Wilson (ankle)||DNP|
|C Kyle Cook (foot)||LP|
|LB Rey Lewis (foot)||DNP|
|DT Art Jones (head)||DNP|
|RB Anthony Allen (thigh)||DNP|
|LB Dannell Ellerbe (thigh)||LP|
|WR Lee Evans (ankle)||LP|
DNP - Did Not Participate
LP - Limited Participation
FP - Full Participation