Bengals Injury Report: Wild Card versus Colts (Thursday)


The Bengals will make their fourth straight playoff appearance this Sunday, an impressive feat by any measure. Yet simply making the playoffs simply isn’t enough. The Bengals must find success in their upcoming game if they are to garner support from their fan base. If the Bengals are unable to do so, then the organization must approach change in the coming off-season. With that reality in mind, the Bengals must employ all their available weapons this week in order to avoid the possibility of an overhaul within the leadership of the organization. Here’s the Bengals injury report heading into Wild Card weekend.

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Practice Status

DNP = Did not participate in practice
LP = Limited Participation in Practice – Less than 100% of a player’s normal repetitions
FP = Full Participation – 100% of a player’s normal repetitions
Out = Player will not play
(-) = Not Listed = No practice status available

Game Status

Out = Player will not play
Doubtful = 25% chance a player will play
Questionable = 50% chance a player will play
Probable = 75% chance a player will play
(-) = Not Listed – No game status available

A.J. Green practiced on a limited basis today, but that doesn’t mean he’s over the concussion he sustained against the Steelers.

Hopefully, Green will get a positive prognosis by tomorrow.

Special teams leader Cedric Peerman returned to practice today on a limited basis.  With a concussion of his own, hopefully this is a good sign going forward as Peerman has performed well all year while leading the special teams.

Both Jermaine Gresham and James Wright were unable to return today.  With both missing today, it’s likely that neither will be ready for Sunday.  Hopefully this proves to be untrue in Gresham’s case as he would play a key role in the running game.