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    Cincinnati Bengals LT Cordy Glenn (concussion) being examined by independent neurolo

    Tyler Dragon, Cincinnati Enquirer
    Published 4:51 p.m. ET Oct. 3, 2019

    Cincinnati Bengals left tackle Cordy Glenn exited the team facility early on Wednesday and hasn’t been in attendance at practice the last two days. Zac Taylor explained why at the end of Thursday’s session.

    “He had a doctor’s appointment. We are just trying to make sure everything is on schedule, so there’s no regression. He would’ve practiced if he was here,” Taylor said. “We just want to make sure everything is going well.”

    Taylor confirmed that Glenn missed practice to be examined by an independent neurologist which serves as a final stage in the concussion protocol process. The Bengals left tackle practiced on a limited basis last week.

    Glenn was concussed during the Bengals’ second preseason game against Washington on Aug. 15. He reported the concussion to the team’s medical staff the next day.

    The Bengals offensive line has sorely missed Glenn. Veteran Andre Smith has started in Glenn placed and has struggled through four games. He’s allowed three sacks and 14 pressures in 211 plays. In his defense, the Bengals re-signed the 32-year-old in July to be a backup tackle. He’s been thrusted into the starting lineup while Glenn’s concussion protocol process lingers on.

    Here’s what else is happening are the Bengals:

    Thursday’s practice report: Defensive end Carlos Dunlap didn’t practice on Thursday after being a full participant on Wednesday. Dunlap is listed on the injury report with a knee injury. It isn’t considered serious and he was out moreso for precautionary reasons.

    Strong safety Shawn Williams was a limited participant with a knee ailment of his own. Williams was a full participant on Wednesday. His injury isn’t deemed serious.

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    Sounds like they are being super cautious with Glenn, which they should be. To be out for that long is some really serious isht. Hope he continues to make progress, even if he doesn't play.


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