Backup Guard Otis Hudson On Crutches

According to Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer, backup offensive guard Otis Hudson is currently walking around on crutches. Nothing is known regarding his injury, except that he limped off the practice field during Monday's session and never returned. Thankfully, besides the typical nicks and bruises suffered everyone during camp, the only major casualty is still linebacker Roddrick Muckelroy.

Hudson, who coach Paul Alexander labeled as the most improved offensive lineman behind Andre Smith, was listed on the team's depth chart as the backup guard to Bobbie Williams. Hudson

After being selected in the fifth round of the 2010 NFL Draft, Hudson signed onto the team's practice squad after missing the cut when the final rosters were announced. When the season was completed, Hudson returned to the offseason roster. Before playing two seasons at Eastern Illinois, Hudson played as a defensive lineman at the University of Minnesota from 2006-2007. He even forced a fumble against the Ohio State Buckeyes as a redshirt freshman.

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