Zac Taylor said in a press conference earlier this week that he wanted A.J. Green to go through a full practice. He may soon his wish, as Green (ankle), veteran wideout and last hope to salvage the season, is inching his way toward a full recovery. Even though he was limited, he still went through a number of drills and is looking better by the day.
Full participants in practice included Cordy Glenn, who was done serving his suspension, and William Jackson (shoulder), as well as CB Tory McTyler (shoulder). Andrew Brown (ankle) was also listed.
Other than Green, fellow Pro Bowler Carlos Dunlap (knee) was promoted from DNP to limited, with offensive linemen John Miller (groin) and Andre Smith (ankle).
The list of players not participating keeps getting smaller and smaller, but a few names still remain. Tyler Eifert got his usual Wednesday rest day. Carl Lawson (hamstring) is still out, and cornerbacks Darqueze Dennard (hamstring) and Dre Kirkpatrick (knee) were also.
Bengals injury report
Rams injury report
Clay Matthews (jaw) and Malcolm Brown (ankle) were out last week against the Falcons due to an injury, and remained out for the first practice.
Eric Weddle was also out, though his reason was listed as non football related. He was back at practice for Week 8.
Others to make the injury report were CB Troy Hill (hamstring) and LB Bryce Hager (LB).
Andrew Whitworth, who needs no introduction, was given a veteran’s day.