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Bengals vs. Ravens injury report: A.J. Green held out of practice, considered day-to-day

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Aside from Green’s setback, the Bengals are indeed getting healthier.

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Bengals head coach Zac Taylor announced A.J. Green would play this Sunday against the Ravens. That may end up becoming the truth, but right now, it’s more up in the air than anything.

Green did not practice today due to swelling in his ankle and is now listed as “day-to-day”. After missing the first eight games of the season, Green was supposed to be a full participant in practice today, so this was not a scheduled absence.

It’s possible Taylor and the coaching staff are keeping Green’s status a secret, but it’s more likely that Green just hit a setback. After all, 0-8 teams have little to gain trying to outsmart anybody.

Joining Green on the sidelines were Tyler Eifert (rest), Dre Kirkpatrick (knee) and Alex Redmond (knee/ankle). Kirkpatrick and Redmond are not likely to play on Sunday, and Eifert hasn’t practiced on a Wednesday in a while. He’ll be fine.

As for who did practice, Darqueze Dennard (hamstring), Carl Lawson (hamstring), John Miller (groin), and Cordy Glenn (concussion) all went full today, as all four look good to play on Sunday provided no setbacks occur. Glenn hasn’t played all season while Dennard, Lawson and Miller each missed their last game in Week 8. Miller hasn’t played since Week 6.

The Ravens had two key offensive lineman miss today’s practice. Ronnie Stanley (knee) and Marshal Yanda (illness) were both out with their respective ailments. Stanley played through an apparent knee injury last Sunday and Yanda became sick from one of his kids, according to Ravens coach John Harbaugh.

Mark Ingram and Earl Thomas III were each given rest days.

Bengals vs. Ravens Injury Report

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