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Bengals vs. Rams injury report: Darqueze Dennard doubtful for Sunday

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Cincinnati looks to be getting back one cornerback right as they lose one for this week.

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The Bengals have one more practice tomorrow in London before they play the Rams on Sunday, but we were given a clear idea about who will be out for the game.

After Thursday’s practice concluded, Zac Taylor announced A.J. Green (ankle) and Cordy Glenn (concussion) will not play this week. Both players were limited today and worked with the scout team, per Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com.

The only changes from yesterday’s report involve Glenn going from a full to limited participant and Eifert practicing after he had a day off yesterday. Cornerbacks Darqueze Dennard (hamstring) and Dre Kirkpatrick (knee) did not practice again along with Carl Lawson (hamstring). Kirkpatrick and Lawson are not expected to play after missing last Sunday’s game and Taylor labeled Dennard as ‘doubtful’ after he made his debut on Sunday.

Carlos Dunlap (knee), John Miller (groin) and Andre Smith (ankle) were each limited once again and while Miller and Smith are very much in play for Sunday, Dunlap’s status is much more in question, per Hobson.

William Jackson III (shoulder) practiced in full for the second straight day so he should be good to return barring any setbacks tomorrow.

Nothing has changed for the Rams except for Andrew Whitworth, who had a day off yesterday. Malcolm Brown (ankle), Bryce Hager (shoulder), Troy Hill (hamstring) and Clay Matthews (jaw) were all non-participants on Thursday and each of them seems doubtful to play this week.

Bengals and Rams Injury Report

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