The Cincinnati Bengals are back on the practice field today, and there’s a number of key players still banhged-up as the result of Sunday’s physical AFC North-clash with the Baltimore Ravens. The good news is starting tight end Jermaine Gresham was able to return to practice after missing Sunday’s game:
A lot of #Bengals not practicing. Thompson, Zeitler, Maualuga, Still, Crocker, Burfict. Gresham, Whitworth, Boley all practicing.
— Coley Harvey (@ColeyHarvey) November 13, 2013
Gresham had played in 33 straight games and has not been inactive since he missed two games midway through the 2011 season due to a hamstring injury. He is second on the team in receptions with 33 and third in yards with 321. Expect him to be on the field Sunday vs the Cleveland Browns.
As for Rey Maualuga, expect the team to hold him out and let him recover during the bye week.