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Bengals vs. Colts Injury Report: Reader questionable, Jonathan Taylor Out

The Bengals and Colts have released their final injury report for Week 14.

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The Cincinnati Bengals and Indianapolis Colts have released their final injury reports ahead of their Week 14 showdown at Paycor Stadium.

The surprise addition to the report was defensive tackle D.J. Reader, who popped up with a back injury. Reader did not practice Friday and is officially listed as questionable for Sunday.

Also questionable is wideout Tyler Boyd (ankle) after being limited both Thursday and Friday. Boyd may try to test his ankle in warmups before a decision is made.

After a breakout performance in Week 13, running back Chase Brown was on the report with a hamstring injury. After being limited on Wednesday, Brown went full on Thursday and Friday, so he should be in good shape to play.

Defensive veterans listed on the report as having rest days include defensive end Sam Hubbard, linebacker Akeem Davis-Gaither and defensive tackle B.J. Hill. All three were full go on Friday and should be in uniform to try to slow down that Colts rushing attack.

Right tackle Jonah Williams (back) was back to a full participant and barring any setbacks, should be in the starting lineup. Fellow offensive lineman D’Ante Smith (personal) was listed as questionable.

Cornerback DJ Turner (hamstring) was limited Thursday, but bumped back up to full Friday, so he should be in line to suit up.

Indianapolis will be without star running back Jonathan Taylor, as he has been ruled out with a thumb injury. Offensive tackle Braden Smith (knee) has also been ruled out.

Defensive end DeForest Bucker (shoulder) did not practice Friday, leaving his status for Sunday in doubt.

Bengals vs. Colts Injury Report