7 Total Updates since November 28, 2012
6 months ago Article 22 comments
The official injury/practice report heading into Week 13 meeting between the Cincinnati Bengals and San Diego Chargers.
6 months ago Update 0 comments
The Bengals lost one of their hottest wide receivers for the year in Mohamed Sanu when he sustained a stress fracture in his foot during Thursday's practice. Apparently, another key offensive player for the Bengals was hit by the injury bug at Friday's practice, though it doesn't sound all that serious.
Starting running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis appeared on the Bengals' Friday injury report as going through the day's practice in a limited fashion. Apparently, the "Law Firm" tweaked his ankle during practice and is currently shown as "Probable" for Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers. There hasn't been an official statement by Marvin Lewis or any other Bengals staff member on the situation.
Joining Green-Ellis on the injury report were: center Kyle Cook (Ankle, Questionable), wide receiver Andrew Hawkins (knee, Probable), cornerback Terence Newman (shoulder, Probable), running back Cedric Peerman (neck, Probable), tight end Richard Quinn (hamstring, Questionable), and defensive tackle Pat Sims (thigh, Probable).
6 months ago Article 47 comments
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver suffered a stress fracture during Thursday's practice and could be out for the rest of the year.
6 months ago Article 20 comments
Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu showed during Thursday's injury report, causing speculation that he may have suffered an injury during practice.
6 months ago Update 1 comment
It seems as if the Cincinnati Bengals have hit a late-season surge; playing well and dominating their respective opponents over the past three weeks. Part of the reason for that recent success is the overall health of the squad. It seems to only be getting better.
According to the reports of various members of the Cincinnati media, all Bengals players were suited up and out on the practice field Thursday. Yes, that means that Kyle Cook, Dre Kirkpatrick and even Jason Allen were participating. It's great news for a team that is playing well and needs all-hands-on-deck for a late postseason push.
6 months ago Update 1 comment
Cincinnati Bengals running back Cedric Peerman is having his best season to date, generating 240 yards rushing on 29 carries and 85 yards receiving on nine receptions. In the past two weeks Peerman has combined for 136 yards on 16 rushes, helping accelerate Cincinnati's rushing offense from mediocre to effectiveness.
Unfortunately Peerman showed up on Wednesday's injury report with a neck injury, with limited participation. Terence Newman and Pat Sims joined him with a shoulder and thigh respectively. Cook and Hawkins were also limited, as expected.
Tight end Richard Quinn was the only player out.
6 months ago Update 2 comments
Kyle Cook made good on his word, practicing for the first time this year during Wednesday's session, which is being conducted without pads -- shells only.
Also returning from a long hiatus is wide receiver Andrew Hawkins, recovering from a knee injury he suffered in practice several weeks ago that held him out against the Chiefs and Raiders.
Fairly certain that both Hawkins and Cook will be limited.
Tight end Richard Quinn is reportedly the only player not practicing.