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Bengals lose Bobby Hart to injury

Hart became the third Bengals starting offensive lineman to be injured vs. the Browns.

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NFL: New England Patriots at Cincinnati Bengals David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports

The Bengals’ offensive line has been ravaged in their Week 7 game vs. the Browns.

The latest starting lineman to go down was right tackle Bobby Hart, who injured his knee late in the game on a Giovani Bernard run. After the play, Hart was seen writhing in pain on the field as trainers examined his left knee.

Once Hart was taken off the field to be examined on the sideline, rookie offensive tackle Hakeem Adeniji entered the game at right tackle. Hart has started every game at that spot since the 2018 season. He’s actually enjoying the best year of his career with a 66.8 Pro Football Focus grade.

As of now, the Bengals’ offensive line looks like this after injuries knocked out three starters out of this game:

  • LT: Fred Johnson
  • LG: Michael Jordan
  • C: Billy Price
  • RG: Alex Redmond
  • RT: Hakeem Adeniji

We will update this post if any more details on Hart come out.