Tyler Eifert Probable: Bengals Friday Injury Report


Tyler Eifert will be probable for Sunday’s matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Here is Friday’s injury report.

Tyler Eifert will be probable on Sunday, which is huge news for the Bengals.

Hanging on by a thread as the AFC’s top team, the Bengals are desperate for a win over the division rival Steelers this upcoming Sunday. Not only would a win clinch the AFC North title, it would help Cincinnati preserve its lead in the AFC playoff picture.

With that, here’s a quick look at the Bengals’ Friday injury report.

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DNP – Did Not Participate
LP – Limited Participation
FP – Full Participation

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

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George Iloka is an interesting guy to look at. He hadn’t practiced all week, but he was limited in practice on Friday. Cincinnati desperately needs his help in the back end, so he may have to play through injury if needed.

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Mario Alford

missed this week’s practices due to personal reasons and is listed as questionable. Even if he ends up showing up to the game, its hard to envision him getting placed on the active roster with so many injuries throughout the roster.

Leon Hall and Adam Jones are also curious cases.

Jones has had a strange week–first showing up to Wednesday’s practice in a cast, coming to practice cast-free on Thursday yet not practicing on Friday. But with Marvin Lewis not ruling out Pacman, despite Jones essentially ruling himself out earlier this week, it’s possible that the corner could still suit up on Sunday.

Hall fully practiced today for the first time since his award-winning performance against the Rams, and he’s listed as questionable for Sunday. The Bengals’ secondary really needs the help, so it’s hard to imagine Hall will miss Sunday’s action.

The last notable guy is Jake Fisher, who seemed to have suffered a concussion in practice on Wednesday. Fisher, listed as doubtful, likely won’t play on Sunday. He’s a backup tackle dealing with a concussion, and the Bengals can afford to give him the week off.