Bengals HC Zac Taylor said WR A.J. Green (ankle) continues to progress in practice, making their Week 9 bye an opportune time for him
“Bye week comes at a good time for him,” said Taylor, via Geoff Hobson.
Taylor also said Bengals LT Cordy Glenn (shoulder) did not travel with the team to London.
“Wasn’t feeling great at practice so he stayed home,” Taylor said. via Paul Dehner Jr.
Lombardi mentions that if the Bengals are unwilling to move Erickson, they probably won’t trade A.J. Green either.
Lombardi believes Bengals QB Andy Dalton has some trade value and it’s possible Cincininat could get “significant value” for him. However, he doubts Bengals’ ownership will shake up the roster like this.
Regarding TE Tyler Eifert, Lombardi thinks he could be the one player traded, likely for a low-round pick.
- The Bengals officially ruled out CB Darqueze Dennard (hamstring), T Cordy Glenn (concussion), WR A.J. Green (ankle), CB Dre Kirkpatrick (knee), and DE Carl Lawson (hamstring) and list G John Miller (groin) and T Andre Smith (ankle) as questionable.
- Browns LT Greg Robinson confirmed that he has been demoted to being a backup for Week 8 but did not indicate who is starting in his place. (Nate Ulrich)
- Ulrich writes that “all signs point” to Browns OL Justin McCray starting at left tackle.
- The Browns officially ruled out S Damarious Randall (hamstring) and list T Kendall Lamm (knee) and S Sheldrick Redwine (hamstring) as questionable.
Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic writes that it’s no secret the Ravens would like to acquire pass-rush help before the upcoming deadline. However, Zrebiec mentions that it won’t easy, considering that Baltimore has just $2 million of cap room to work with.
Beyond that, the Ravens have limited mid-to-late round draft picks to trade including just two fourth rounders and one fifth. Although the Ravens could always include 2021 picks if need be.