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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by mongo View Post
    I think I actually just heard Watt get wood.
    Well, glad you think you HEARD it.

  2. #12
    Omar RuizVerified account @OmarDRuiz 2h2 hours agoMore



    #Bengals CB Dre Kirkpatrick was back at practice today & expects to play Thur. Was in a walking boot & missed yesterday w/ a foot injury

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    Paul Dehner Jr.‏Verified account @pauldehnerjr 1h1 hour ago

    #Bengals injury report vs Texans leaves open hope for John Ross, Shawn Williams and C.J. Uzomah, all questionable.

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    Paul Dehner Jr.‏Verified account @pauldehnerjr 1h1 hour ago

    #Bengals injury report vs Texans leaves open hope for John Ross, Shawn Williams and C.J. Uzomah, all questionable.




  5. #15
    Lap thinks it's not good for Hopkins. Some kind of ligament damage. Happened on the INT that tipped off of Suggs helmet. Hopkins injured after the INT.

  6. #16
    Cincinnati is getting a major deep threat back just in time for Thursday Night Football.

    Rookie receiver John Ross is expected to play in the Bengals' Week 2 contest against the Houston Texans (aired exclusively at 8 p.m. on NFL Network), NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Ross missed Week 1 after suffering a knee sprain in the preseason.

    NFL Network's Omar Ruiz reported Thursday that Ross felt he could have played in Cincinnati's 20-0 season-opening loss to Baltimore, but doctors held him back as a precaution. The receiver was a full participant in Cincinnati's shortened week of practice.

    The Bengals' start to the 2017 season was about as bad as it gets. Quarterback Andy Dalton completed just 16 of his 31 pass attempts and threw four interceptions, and the tape was almost uglier than the stat line. While Ross is unproven as a rookie, his top-end, straight-line speed is unquestioned. Cincinnati will undoubtedly welcome a healthy Ross to line up opposite A.J. Green against a Houston defense that's ready for a bounce-back performance after losing to Jacksonville 29-7 in Week 1.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...o-play-tonight

  7. #17
    Jim OwczarskiVerified account @JimOwczarski 40s41 seconds agoMore



    Not much has been said about Trey Hopkins’ left knee injury, but he’s on the #Bengals sideline w/ a brace, no crutches. #Bengals

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