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Infirmary Report: Johnathan Joseph Expected To Play Monday Night; Roy Williams, Chinedum Ndukwe Return To Practice

With all of the injuries in the Bengals secondary, it's a wonder that Cincinnati was able to hold Chad Henne below 225 yards passing and a pedestrian appearance by Brandon Marshall. Leon Hall was dealing with a hamstring injury against the Dolphins, playing fairly well, all things considered. Morgan Trent had perhaps the best game of his career, recording 11 tackles and an interception.

Cincinnati's secondary injuries may be coming to an end. According to multiple Joe Reedy tweets, Johnathan Joseph is expected to play Monday Night against the Pittsburgh Steelers, which is a relief because Joseph is probably the hardest hitting cornerback of the group that can finally repay the love that Keith Rivers received from Hines Ward.

Along with Joseph, safeties Roy Williams and Chinedum Ndukwe returned to practice on Wednesday.

See, things are already looking up, my fellow good spirited Bengals friends. Well, somewhat. Jonathan Fanene and Tank Johnson didn't take the practice field.