EMMANUEL LAMUR: Bengals linebacker Emmanuel Lamur returned to practice on Saturday after sitting Thursday and Friday. Lamur, who worked out on the side during Friday's session, suffered a hamstring injury last week against the Cleveland Browns. Based on the observations of Paul Dehner Jr. with the Cincinnati Enquirer, Lamur has a "shot" to play Sunday.
Emmanuel Lamur looked good running through workout at beginning of practice. Toss in extra half day rest for hammy w/ MNF, def has a shot.— Paul Dehner Jr. (@pauldehnerjr) December 20, 2014
Following Saturday's practice, Lewis called Lamur a gametime decision and said that his hamstring, which wasn't severe, made significant improvement. However, he's listed as doubtful.
JAMES WRIGHT: Wide receiver James Wright, who has missed eight consecutive practices since suffering a knee injury following Cincinnati's win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, didn't practice on Saturday. Don't expect him to play Sunday. According to reports, Wright is the only Bengals player that wasn't practicing.
BRANDON TATE: Wide receiver Brandon Tate returned on Saturday after sitting with an illness -- maybe the same illness that wide receiver A.J. Green dealt with earlier this week on Thursday.
AJ MCCARRON: The rookie quarterback has been struck and was listed as questionable on the team's injury report.
LB Emmanuel Lamur
WR James Wright
QB AJ McCarron
DE Carlos Dunlap
CB Terence Newman
TE Jermaine Gresham
WR A.J. Green
DE Margus Hunt
CB Dre Kirkpatrick
OT Marshall Newhouse
OG Mike Pollak
WR Brandon Tate