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Bengals vs. Jaguars injury report: Cordy Glenn goes full; A.J. Green gets a DNP

Cordy Glenn practiced for the first time this season, but A.J. Green still hasn’t had a full session.

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The Bengals’ offensive line is absolutely shell-shocked, but there is some good news there for the first time in a while. Cordy Glenn (concussion) has been cleared to practice, and was a full participant on Wednesday.

The real news is A.J. Green, who is listed as having not participated in practice, despite being limited last week. The hope was he would be good to go fully today and possibly return Sunday, but those hopes obviously took a hit today.

Another key player will be returning soon, as Darqueze Dennard (knee) has finally been cleared to practice and will be activated sooner rather than later. William Jackson (shoulder) and Dre Kirkpatrick (knee) were listed on the injury report as not participating, but they will both be out for a few weeks.

Ryan Glasgow (thigh) is back, though limited, after not practicing at all last week. Geno Atkins was also limited, but due to rest rather than injury. On the outside of the defensive line, both Carlos Dunlap (knee) and Carl Lawson (hamstring) missed practice.

Tyler Eifert was given a rest day, so he did not practice. Andre Smith (ankle) and John Miller (groin) also sat out.

Shawn Williams (thigh) was limited in practice on Wednesday.

Bengals injury report

Jaguars injury report

The Jaguars seem to be doing a lot better on the injury front than the Bengals. Veterans DL Calais Campbell and OL Brandon Linder both got the day off, and they represented a third of the injury report.

Other players that didn’t practice include WR Marqise Lee (ankle), S Cody Davis (hamstring), and TE Geoff Swaim (concussion, ankle). TE Josh Oliver (hamstring) was limited.