According to Bengals.com's Geoff Hobson, Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis has decided that Carlos Dunlap, who missed all three practices this week with a hamstring injury, will not play on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.
After injuring his hamstring while sacking Matt Hasselbeck of the Titans in Week 9, Dunlap didn't play against the Steelers in Week 10. He did play against the Ravens the following week but seems to have re-injured his hamstring. Hopefully his presence isn't missed to terribly much and the rest of the defensive line is able to pick up the slack against the Browns.
The Bengals play the Steelers in Week 13 and the defensive line was able to sack Ben Roethlisberger five times without Dunlap the last time these two teams met, but it would be nice to see Dunlap completely healthy by their second game against the Steelers so he can contribute.