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Bengals vs. Steelers injury report: Michael Jordan back to starting LG

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The offensive line is getting healthier for both the Bengals and the Steelers.

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After licking their wounds this week, it looks like the Bengals are finally getting some good news from the injury front.

Carlos Dunlap, Sam Hubbard (ankle), Tyler Eifert (non injury related), and Andre Smith (hamstring) were all full participants at practice after being out on Thursday.

Cordy Glenn participated in practice today, but did not wear pads for the second straight day. It’s great to see him back at practice after having spent over a month in concussion protocol, but he still out for Monday’s. Hopefully he will be able to suit up for Week 5.

Andre Smith is coming back from a hamstring injury that kept him out of practice Thursday, so the left tackle spot is getting healthier.

Things are also getting better for the Steelers, as star players like Joe Haden and Maurkice Pouncey are promoted to full participants in practice on Friday.

Other key players like Anthony Chickillo and Vance McDonald still did not practice after being held out on Thursday.

I’m on Foster was given the day off

Michael Jordan fully participated in practice on Thursday, but played second fiddle to Billy Price at left guard during practice. On Friday, however, Jordan was back at starting left guard with Price at his regular roll it back up center.

Things are also getting better for the Steelers, as star players like CB Joe Haden and C Maurkice Pouncey are promoted to full participants in practice on Friday.

Other key players like LB Anthony Chickillo, LB Vince WIlliams and TE Vance McDonald still did not practice after being held out on Thursday.

Ramon Foster was given the day off.