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December 4, 2011; Pittsburgh,PA, USA: Cincinnati Bengals safety Reggie Nelson (20) in pass coverage against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. The Steelers won 35-7. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USPRESSWIRE

Bengals @ Chiefs Injury Report: Reggie Nelson & Marvin Jones Still Out


Bengals Injury Report

NAME POSITION INJURY WED. THU. FRI. GAME STATUS
Burfict, Vontaze LB Elbow LP - - -
Clements, Nate S/CB Knee LP - - -
Faine, Jeff C Hamstring LP - - -
Jones, Adam CB Calf DNP - - -
Jones, Marvin WR Knee DNP - - -
Mays, Taylor S Knee LP - - -
Nelson, Reggie S Hamstring DNP - - -
Still, Devon DT Back DNP - - -

 

With Reggie Nelson still out with a hamstring injury, expect to see Taylor Mays getting the nod this week if Nelson can’t go. Mays played well vs. the Giants in his first start since getting benched in Week 2. He reclaimed his starting spot in Week 4 due to injuries, but had played sparingly since before getting the call this past Sunday.

 

 

Chiefs Injury Report

NAME POSITION INJURY WED. THU. FRI. GAME STATUS
Asamoah, Jon OL Thumb DNP - - -
Baldwin, Jon WR Head/Neck DNP - - -
Bowe, Dwayne WR Thigh LP - - -
Maneri, Steve TE Ankle LP - - -
O’Connell, Jake TE Ankle DNP - - -
Poe, Dontari NT Knee LP - - -
Quinn, Brady QB Head FP - - -

 

Chiefs Head Coach Romeo Crennel has decided that Matt Cassel will be the teams’ starting QB this week vs. the Bengals.

Despite fully practicing, backup QB Brady Quinn will not play Sunday, as Crennel revealed today that he’s not been cleared to play fas a result of concussions. It’s an odd development, as Quinn said yesterday he had been medically cleared and that he’s recovered from a concussion.

 

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