ESPN's Adam Schefter reports A.J. Green (toe) is expected to miss at least "some games." And that's in a best-case scenario. Green is consulting with foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson to determine whether he needs surgery, which of course would knock out Green for more than "some games," and potentially threaten the rest of his season.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports a December return is looking "increasingly likely" for A.J. Green. Green is out at least the next two weeks, so this doesn't come as a surprise. He would miss three games if he isn't back this month. It's a huge concern for a Bengals team on the playoff fringes. Tyler Boyd and C.J. Uzomah are going to have featured roles until Green returns.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Andy Dalton is expected to remain with the Bengals next season. The Bengals can save $16.2 million in cap space with zero dead money by releasing Dalton this offseason, but that was never a realistic option. Dalton was on his way to a 30-plus touchdown season before a downgraded supporting cast and injuries derailed his 2018. He'll return as the starter next year, though the Bengals may make changes to their coaching staff.
ESPN Bengals reporter Kat Terrell reports MLB Vontaze Burfict's career could be jeopardized by his latest concussion. Burfict suffered his seventh known concussion in Sunday's loss to the Browns, and his second within the last month. As Terrell notes, these are only "known" concussions, and players sometimes get away with hiding their brain injuries so as to avoid the NFL's concussion protocol.
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