After playing five quarters of football on Sunday, injuries might have been a concern for the Bengals. On the contrary, each of the starters from Sunday’s game against the Vikings are set to hit Soldier Field in a few days.
The only starter on the injury report is Trae Waynes (hamstring), although the term ‘starter’ is used loosely since he has yet to actually start a game for the Bengals.
Backup guard Jackson Carman was added to the injury report with cramps. He was listed as limited, so it’s probably not an injury that prevents him from playing on Sunday.
Also limited were Markus Bailey (knee) and Darius Phillips (thigh). They continue to be limited after Wednesday’s practice.
Ricardo Allen (hand, hamstring) is still on the injury report, though he was added to injured reserve. He will be out for the next three weeks.
Cincinnati Bengals injury report
The Bears let tight end Jimmy Graham (rest) practice after his veteran day on Wednesday.
The only other change to the Bears’ injury report from Chicago is nose tackle Eddie Goldman (knee), who was downgraded to DNP. He was limited yesterday, but the Bears shut him down on Thursday.
On the offensive line, Larry Borom (ankle) still has not practiced, and Jason Peters (quad) remains limited.
Linebacker Robert Quinn (back) remains limited as well, but linebacker Joel Iyiegbuniwe (shoulder) was a full participants.
Wide receivers Marquise Goodwin (quad) and Darnell Mooney (back) were both full participants at practice.