Oct 7, 2012; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (18) pulls in a touchdown pass against Miami Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith (24) during the second half at Paul Brown Stadium. The Dolphins won 17-13. Mandatory Credit: David Kohl-US PRESSWIRE

Bengals @ Browns Injury Report: A.J. Green Limited with Knee Injury


Allen, Jason CB Quad LP - - -
Green, A.J. WR Knee LP - - -
Kirkpatrick, Dre CB Knee LP - - -
Newman, Terence CB Groin DNP - - -
Whitworth, Andrew T Knee LP - - -


CB Terence Newman (groin) was they only player who didn’t participate today. The first assumption for a veteran player like Newman who had no visible injuries coming out of Sunday is to assume it’s a day of rest, but Marvin has done very well at hiding injuries until gametime.


It was a bit concerning to see A.J. Green limited in practice with an apparent knee injury. He did hurt his ankle against the Dolphins before halftime, but finished out the game. This is worth monitoring going forward.

Also limited in was reserve CB Jason Allen with his recurring quad injury. Don’t expect to see him playing on Sundays until he can consistently go through consecutive full practices.


And for the Browns:

Benjamin, Travis WR Hamstring DNP - - -
Fujita, Scott LB Shoulder LP - - -
Gipson, Tashaun DB Knee DNP - - -
Jackson, D’Qwell LB Head DNP - - -
Massaquoi, Mohamed WR Hamstring DNP - - -
Norwood, Jordan WR Foot DNP - - -
Patterson, Dimitri DB Ankle DNP - - -
Rubin, Ahtyba DL Calf DNP - - -
Rucker, Frostee DE Shoulder FP - - -
Smith, Alex TE Head LP - - -
Ventrone, Ray DB Hand/Calf LP - - -
Ward, T. J. DB Hand LP - - -
Pro Bowl MLB D’Qwell Jackson was the most notable omission from practice after sustaining a concussion in Sunday’s loss to the New York Giants. Browns coach Head Coach Pat Shurmur did say Jackson was at the team’s facility and attended meetings.

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