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Bengals lose Trey Hopkins to knee injury vs. Ravens

Hopkins’ season ends a bit early.

Baltimore Ravens v Cincinnati Bengals Photo by Rob Leiter/Getty Images

Another offensive starter for the Bengals has been declared out during their final game of the season.

Center Trey Hopkins has suffered a left knee injury against the Ravens and will not return to the game.

Hopkins came up limping early in the third quarter and walked off the field very gingerly. There’s no reason for them to risk further injuring their best offensive lineman. The Bengals already lost rookie wide receiver Tee Higgins with a hamstring injury earlier in the game.

Playing in the first year of his three-year contract, Hopkins has started in 15 games for the Bengals this year at center. He’s the only offensive lineman to do that for the offense this season. Hopkins missed Week 8’s game against the Tennessee Titans with a concussion. His backup, Billy Price, started for him that week and Price will try to finish this game for Hopkins as the center.