Injury Update: Safety Taylor Mays Full Go in Practice but Doubtful; Dalton Probable

According to a series of Tweets from Bengals.com writer Geoff Hobson and The Cincinnati Enquirer's Joe Reedy, the Bengals look much healthier than the ailing Broncos heading into week two of the NFL regular season schedule.

For Sunday's game against the Broncos in Denver, linebacker Donte Moch will of course be out, defensive end Robert Geathers (shoulder), safety Taylor Mays (Knee) and guard Otis Hudson (knee) are doubtful, even though Mays was full go in practice on Friday. Quarterback Andy Dalton (wrist), left tackle Andrew Whitworth, cornerback Kelly Jennings, defensive end Frostee Rucker and defensive end Michael Johnson are all probable.

When it comes to the Broncos, cornerback Champ Bailey, running back Knowshon Moreno and defensive end Elvis Dumervil still haven't practiced this week and are all questionable for the game. Wide receiver Brandon Lloyd participated in practice but was limited and is also questionable for the game. If they don't play, they'll join wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, defensive tackles Ty Warren and Marcus Thomas and linebacker D.J. Williams, who are all doubtful to play against the Bengals, on the sidelines Sunday.

Compared to the Bengals, the Broncos injury report makes the team look like they're in week 15 of the season.

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