The Cincinnati Bengals have now released their Friday injury report ahead their Monday night road game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and it shows that a few players are moving in the right direction.
Not practicing for the Bengals on Friday were defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow (thigh), wide receiver A.J. Green (ankle), defensive end Carl Lawson (hamstring), cornerback Darius Phillips (knee), and defensive end Kerry Wynn (concussion). As previously reported, Green has already been ruled out for Monday’s game against the Steelers while Phillips now on the Bengals Reserve/Injured list. Glasgow and Wynn are also unlikely to play against the Steelers.
Limited in practice on Friday for the Bengals were defensive end Andrew Brown (cramps), defensive end Carlos Dunlap (hamstring), tackle Cordy Glenn (concussion), defensive end Sam Hubbard (ankle), cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (illness), tackle Andre Smith (hamstring), cornerback B.W. Webb (forearm), and safety Shawn Williams (back). Of that group of players, Glenn is the one that’s very unlikely to play Monday night against the Steelers.
Practicing fully for the Bengals on Friday were tight end Tyler Eifert (not injury related) and guard Michael Jordan (knee). Jordan, who missed the Bengals Week 3 game with his injury, is expected to play and start Monday night against the Steelers. Eifert is also expected to play.