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).