As expected, A.J. Green (ankle), Dre Kirkpatrick (knee), and Alex Redmond (knee/ankle) have been declared out for the Bengals’ home game against the Ravens this Sunday. Green was originally expected to make his season debut this week, but he suffered a setback with his ankle and is out indefinitely.
Everyone else for Cincinnati should be good to go, aside from Cordy Glenn (concussion). Glenn practiced in full all week but head coach Zac Taylor announced that John Jerry will continue to start at left tackle. It appears that Glenn is still being eased back into things. He may not even be active this week since they finally have some leeway in regards to their inactive list.
For the Ravens, They’ve listed crucial players as questionable, headlined by Lamar Jackson (illness). Jackson missed Thursday’s practice but was a full participant today, so he should be good to go.
Along with Jackson, Ronnie Stanley (knee) and Marshal Yanda (illness) are also listed as questionable after practicing in full today. Stanley and Yanda were both limited on Thursday.
Earl Thomas III (knee) did not practice today and may end up sitting out on Sunday after practicing just once on Thursday in limited fashion. Chris Moore (thumb), Daylon Mack (knee/hip) and Marquise Brown (ankle/thigh) were all limited today and are also listed as questionable.
For once, it seems like the opposition is more hurt than the Bengals. But if Jackson does play, it may not matter that much.