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Bengals vs. Patriots injury report: John Ross goes full; Sam Hubbard still limited

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The Bengals are relatively healthy going into their matchup with the Patriots.

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The Bengals’ 2019 first round draft pick was cleared to practice for the first time since June. Jonah Williams (shoulder) was cleared for one-on-one drills, but not for full-contact. Though he will most likely not play for the rest of the season, the Bengals could activate him at any time.

Two defensive linemen were added to the injury report on Thursday. Carlos Dunlap (NIR) got a veteran’s day, and Renell Wren was out with a hip injury.

Sam Hubbard (knee) was limited for his second day in a row.

Geno Atkins, Darqueze Dennard, and Tyler Eifert all were full participants after getting rest days on Wednesday. John Ross (foot) was also full.

Bengals injury report

Julian Edelman (knee) was back at practice after being out on Wednesday, though he was limited.

Other players who were limited include Ja’Whaun Bentley (knee), Byron Cowart (concussion), Ted Karras (knee), Jason McCourty (groin), Mohammed Sanu (ankle), and Danny Shelton (shoulder).

Isaiah Wynn (eye) was added to the injury report on Thursday as DNP.

Tom Brady (right elbow) and N’Keal Harry (hip) were both full participants again on Thursday.

Patriots Injury report