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Bengals center Kyle Cook wearing a boot with crutches

Cincinnati Bengals center Kyle Cook suffered a foot injury early in the first quarter against the Baltimore Ravens. It doesn't look good for him this Sunday.

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It doesn't appear that the Cincinnati Bengals will have starting center Kyle Cook, who was seen wearing a boot while moving around Cincinnati's lockerroom on crutches.

Cook suffered the injury during Andy Dalton's second interception early in the first quarter.

"Something popped just running," said Cook via "I didn’t get hit at all."

After playing eight offensive snaps, Cook left the game and was replaced by Trevor Robinson. Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis told reporters Sunday night that x-rays were negative on his foot. Answering questions about most of the players dealing with injuries, Lewis just said "we'll see Sunday" with virtually all players.

Robinson, who played 13 games last season while starting seven, replaced Cook. According to Pro Football Focus, he allowed a team-high four hurries on 33 pass blocks and graded a team-worst -1.5 when the team ran the football.