The Bengals got slightly healthier leading up to Sunday’s game against the Cardinals. This week, they have a few more injuries to deal with.
Alongside A.J. Green, who will miss game No. 6 for 2019, Andre Smith (ankle), Kerry Wynn (concussion), Ryan Glasgow (thigh) and Shawn Williams (thigh) did not participate during today’s practice.
Williams’ injury has made him “day-to-day” per head coach Zac Taylor, as he had a knee brace on before practice. Taylor expects him to play, but it’s something worth monitoring during the week.
Glasgow came back from his thigh injury last week, so he either re-injured it during the game, or he’s getting more rest to further his recovery. Williams
Smith left Sunday’s game because of his ankle injury and with the team trying out both John Jerry and Alex Redmond at left tackle, it seems unlikely that Smith plays this week.
Cordy Glenn and Alex Erickson are both in the concussion protocol, but got some work in at practice before heading to the rehab field. Both were listed as limited participants along with John Miller (groin), Michael Jordan (ankle), and Nick Vigil (ankle).
Interestingly enough, Randy Bullock was listed with a back injury but fully participated.
Bengals Injury Report
The Ravens gave a lot of veterans the day off, including notable starters Mark Ingram, Marshal Yanda and Earl Thomas. It was recently confirmed that Thomas would not be suspended for his hit on Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph last week.
As for who in Baltimore is actually injured, WR Marquise Brown (ankle), TE Mark Andrews (shoulder), LB Patrick Onwuasor (ankle) and CB Jimmy Smith (knee) did not practice. All four are key starters and the Ravens would be in bad shape if they aren’t ready to play on Sunday.