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Bengals vs. Ravens: Jermaine Gresham and Giovani Bernard listed as questionable

Both teams have released their respective injury and practice reports on Friday, including the status for players dealing with injuries.

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There might be good news for tight end Jermaine Gresham, who sat out during practice on Thursday and Friday with a groin injury. The team's official injury and practice report listed the starting tight end (or first on the depth chart) as questionable, but he'll most likely be a game-time decision (aka, hoping that he improves from Friday afternoon until Sunday morning), writes Joe Reedy with the Cincinnati Enquirer.

"Hopefully he would be OK. That’s a position we’re pretty good at, so we’ll be fine either way," said Lewis of Gresham’s status.

Talk about shattering the man's ego. It's better than the alternative though.

Running back Giovani Bernard is listed as questionable after practicing in a limited capacity this week, dealing with a rib injury that he sustained against the Dolphins.

Linebacker Michael Boley appears to have had a setback with his hamstring. Boley has been dealing with this hamstring since Cincinnati's 49-9 win over the New York Jets, which also forced him out against the Miami Dolphins last week. After being limited on Wednesday and Thursday, he sat during Friday's practice and the team labeled him as doubtful.

Defensive tackle Devon Still and linebacker Rey Maualuga have already been declared out.

The Baltimore Ravens have five players that are listed as questionable. Cornerback Jimmy Smith and Daryl Smith were limited on Friday after sitting the past two practices. Jimmy Smith denied comment after practice and Daryl Smith "walked off the practice field gingerly", writes Jamison Henlsey.

Wide receiver Brandon Stokley, cornerback Corey Graham, and safety James Ihedigo were listed as questionable while offensive guard Kelechi Osemele has already been ruled out.

You can see both team's injury report here.