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Bengals training camp: Highlights, videos and pictures from Tuesday/Day 10

It was a great day at camp for two rookies. Marvin Lewis was missing though as he deals with a “minor health” issue.

The Cincinnati Bengals got to work on Tuesday for the final full training camp practice that’s open to the public. Tomorrow’s practice will be just a walkthrough for Friday’s preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

In strange news, Marvin Lewis missed practice, which probably means there was an emergency elsewhere that required his attention. It’s very odd for a head coach to miss a training camp practice. It seems he may be injured. According to the Bengals, he has a “minor health” issue and could be back with the team as early as today or as late as later this week.

Good news: After missing Monday’s practice, defensive end Jordan Willis and offensive lineman J.J. Dielman were back in action for Tuesday.

Bad news: Andre Smith wasn’t practicing on Tuesday after stopping early on Monday, too. This isn’t his first training camp injury/issue and it’s certainly not a good sign for how he’s going to hold up during the course of the season.

Smith was seen working on the rehab field with the conditioning staff.

With Smith on the rehab field, Trey Hopkins continued to get first team reps at right guard.

Smith’s issue is related to his elbow. If he’s going to successfully play right guard this year, he needs all the playing time he can get, especially in the preseason.

Jake Kumerow has been out of commission since the first day of camp with an ankle injury. He’s been in a walking boot ever since.

A look at A.J. Green... slowed down.

The #GetOff - #Bengals A.J. Green slowed down. That speed is no joke.

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After having Anthony Munoz, Solomon Wilcots and Takeo Spikes at Monday’s practice, Tuesday featured Willie Anderson as well as Munoz’s return.

Some insight regarding a wide receiver drill:

Giovani Bernard getting in work:

Josh Malone has been receiving some heavy praise in recent practices. Here he is making a catch during a drill.

He did have a drop on Tuesday, too.

Some John Ross action.... He is fast!

It sounds like the team is looking to get Ryan Hewitt more involved in the passing game, especially considering C.J. Uzomah’s ankle sprain.

After a great day yesterday, Alonzo Russell didn’t have the best day on Tuesday. That’s going to happen with any player.

More Ross? Yes, please!

Mixon made a rookie mistake, which should be expected.

Christian Westerman was working with the second team offensive line during that Mixon fumble, which was with AJ McCarron at quarterback. Defensive end Chris Smith recovered the ball, and he’s been an increasingly mentioned player in the last week.

Bad offensive line Tweet... this one concerning Jake Fisher.

But, here’s a positive offensive line tweet, regarding Cedric Ogbuehi.

And another!

Andy Dalton to Tyler Eifert!

Vincent Rey is a great guy to show Carl Lawson the ropes as he adjusts to becoming an NFL linebacker.

A note on undrafted rookie lineman Kent Perkins:

Another Eifert touchdown, this time with rookie linebacker Jordan Evans in coverage.

Celebration fun:

More Lawson hype:

With Uzomah out of the lineup, this is an interesting note regarding one of the only backup tight ends on the roster. Though, Mason Schreck, the team’s seventh round rookie is ahead of Carter on the depth chart.

Positive kicker progress as both Jake Elliott and Randy Bullock were four-for-four on Tuesday.

More on Lawson being dominant:

Vontaze Burfict IS learning...

Not the best day for Fisher.

William Jackson continues to make his case for playing time...

Nice play by KeiVarae Russell, the one play/one interception wonder from 2016.

The Joe Mixon play of the day...

Mediocre offensive line Tweet...

Anthony Munoz, PLEASE, give this group the magical tools they need to succeed.

With Lewis out of commission, Darrin Simmons led the Bengals during Tuesday’s practice.

It seems fitting to end with this!

The current and future Red Rifle #Bengals

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