The Cincinnati Bengals final injury report of Week 4 has been released and the Saturday offering shows that several players have now been officially ruled out for the team’s Monday night road game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Ruled out for the Monday night game on the Saturday injury report by the Bengals were tackle Cordy Glenn (concussion) defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow (thigh), wide receiver A.J. Green (ankle), and defensive end Kerry Wynn (concussion).
Ending the week listed as doubtful for the Bengals after failing to practice all week is defensive end Carl Lawson (hamstring) and that’s a big blow for the Cincinnati defense.
Defensive end Carlos Dunlap (hamstring), tight end Tyler Eifert (not injury related), defensive end Sam Hubbard (ankle), tackle Andre Smith (hamstring), defensive end Andrew Brown (cramps), cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (illness), CB B.W. Webb (forearm), S Shawn Williams (back), and guard Michael Jordan (knee) all practiced full on Saturday and none were give game status designations as a result.