So far this preseason, the Cincinnati Bengals have managed to avoid the injury bug, for the most part. With the exception of the Achilles injury to Roddrick Muckelroy, the Bengals are only dealing with injuries that could last up to a couple of weeks. The team's Twitter account released the most updated report on the injury front just a little bit ago:
The news of Moch and Hudson come as no suprise. We recently reported (via Geoff Hobson at bengals.com) that these two players could be back on the field for the Bengals in time for their September 25th home opener against the San Francisco 49ers.
On the other hand, the Kelly Jennings injury is a bit troubling. Without him, the team doesn't have much depth behind starters Leon Hall and Nate Clements. If Jennings were to miss this game, Morgan Trent would be forced into the nickel spot and recently re-signed Rico Murray would be pressed into the fourth cornerback role. Jennings was projected to make a pretty big impact after coming over via trade from Seattle, but he has yet to contribute much as he's been nursing a tight hamstring.