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Bengals vs. Browns injury report: Sam Hubbard misses second straight practice, Cethan Carter returns

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Tight end and defensive end will be interesting positions to monitor for the Bengals this week.

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The Bengals saw five players who were limited in yesterday’s practice get a full day’s worth of practice today. Tyler Eifert (rest), Cethan Carter (concussion), Nick Vigil (ankle), Shawn Williams (ankle), and Brandon Wilson (hand) went full today after each were limited with their respective injury, aside from Eifert who had his usual rest day.

This is good news specifically for Carter, who missed last Sunday’s game with his concussion. Carter’s assumed return to the field will help since Drew Sample (ankle) will not play and it’s possible that Mason Schreck may not either. Schreck popped up on the injury report today with an illness and did not practice.

Along with Sample, Geno Atkins (rest), A.J. Green (ankle), and Sam Hubbard (knee) all did not practice for the second day in a row. Green was seen doing some work on the side, which bodes well for him playing in the near future, just not for this week.

Green’s return might come next week, which may also coincide with Hubbard’s return. Hubbard has now missed two practices with his knee injury and unless he’s at least limited tomorrow, we can pencil him out of this game.

Not much changed for the Browns’ injury report. Baker Mayfield (hand/ribs) went full today, which should confirm has status for Sunday’s game after being limited yesterday. Chris Hubbard (knee) went limited after not participating yesterday. Odell Beckham Jr. (groin) and Jarvis Landry (hip) both remained limited like they were yesterday.

Bengals and Browns Injury Report