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Bengals vs. Cardinals injury report: A.J. Green hits the rehab field

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The mountain of injuries is finally starting to diminish.

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For the first few weeks of the season, it seems like the injuries have been piling up. It seems like things are finally getting under control.

First and foremost, the Bengals may not have much longer to go without their best player. A.J. Green was seen working out on the rehab field.

Some mixed news on the defensive side of the ball came in today. Carl Lawson (hamstring) and Ryan Glasgow (thigh) were back at it, and Kerry Wynn (concussion) put in some work on the practice field. Carlos Dunlap (knee) worked out on a stationary bike.

Cordy Glenn (concussion) has been sidelined for 49 days. He was limited last week, which was a good sign, but he’s already been declared out for this week. He missed Wednesday’s practice, but Zac Taylor explained that it was because of a doctors appointment. Glenn was also at the doctor’s office again today.

Shawn Williams made his first appearance on the injury report this week, being limited due to a knee injury.

The Cardinals may be one of the few teams in the NFL even more beat up than the Bengals. They got some good news on defense when Budda Baker (thigh) was a full participant in practice. The bad news is that Terrell Suggs (back) landed on the injury report for the first time this week.

Veterans Larry Fitzgerald, Charles Clay, and Corey Peters returned to practice on Thursday after having days off on Wednesday.

Bengals injury report

Cardinals injury report