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Four Bengals listed as probable against the Jets

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The Cincinnati Bengals offered good news this weekend on the injury front.

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The Cincinnati Bengals offered some good news Friday afternoon. The team released their final injury report on Friday, labeling cornerback Terence Newman (ankle), linebacker Rey Maualuga (hamstring), wide receiver Marvin Jones (shoulder) and defensive end Wallace Gilberry (knee) as probable.

All four missed practice this week due to their respective ailments, however they participated on some level Friday as the team prepares for their week eight game against the New York Jets.

Either way, unless something happens from now until this Sunday, they're playing.

Running back Rex Burkhead was the team's lone questionable. Considering he's been a game-day inactive every week this year, we'd be completely shocked if he were active this Sunday.

Cornerback Leon Hall (Achilles) and defensive tackle Devon Still (elbow) are out. Hall is expected to go on Injured Reserve as soon as next week when Andrew Hawkins will be made eligible for the 53-man roster. Still could be out for a week, four weeks or even six.

As for the Jets, wide receiver Santonio Holmes has been declared out after sitting out this week with a constant hamstring. Center Nick Mangold (ribs) and wide receiver Greg Salas (knee) are questionable.