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0-7, 4th in AFC North

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

On Monday, Bengals coach Zac Taylor said he and the front office meet every morning to discuss potential deals ahead of the Oct. 29 deadline. "We talk through anything that's on the table," Taylor said. "There are a lot of things on the table. Every day — it's not a state of the union — it's an ongoing conversation, every single day, and we're in a good place there.”

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Draft projection update via ESPN's FPI: Dolphins now have 73.5% chance at No.1 overall pick with their own selection. A drop from last week because of how competitive they've been over last two games. Miami still big favorites, but Cincinnati is lurking. Bengals are 2nd with 15.4% shot at No.1, per FPI. Dolphins other picks are projected at No.16 (via Pittsburgh) and No.26 (via Houston), per FPI.

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals inactives for today's game against the Jaguars: WR A.J. Green, CB William Jackson, CB Dre Kirkpatrick, DE Carl Lawson, OG John Miller, LT Andre Smith, DE Carlos Dunlap.

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3dAdam Schefter

Source: Green not expected back 'til after Oct. 29

A.J. Green is not expected to be ready to play until after the Oct. 29 trade deadline, at which time the Bengals will will assess his progress and make a determination, a source told ESPN.

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

The winless Bengals will have a long list of players out for Sunday's game against Jacksonville. Starting cornerbacks William Jackson and Dre Kirkpatrick have been ruled out. Others who will be out: WR A.J. Green, DE Carl Lawson, G John Miller, LT Andre Smith. Defensive end Carlos Dunlap is officially listed as doubtful. Coach Zac Taylor did not expect him to play on Sunday.

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5dBen Baby

Bengals suspend OT Glenn for game vs. Jaguars

Bengals lineman Cordy Glenn, who missed practice Thursday because of an internal discipline issue, has been suspended by the team for Sunday's game vs. Jacksonville.

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6dBen Baby

Glenn disciplined by Bengals, sits out practice

Cordy Glenn wasn't at Bengals practice Thursday because of "an internal discipline matter" amid a report of a rift between the veteran and the franchise.

Ninkovich: Minshew will get Jags back on track (1:00)

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals WR A.J. Green said Zac Taylor's comments didn't take any pressure off him to return from injury before the trade deadline. "There never was pressure," Green said. "Like I said, I've been in this league a long time. I already know the ins and outs. At the end of the day, it's a business. This is a business and I respect anything that happens. But it's always good that the head coach comes out says (that)."

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bengals signed defensive end Anthony Zettel to provide some needed depth to its defensive line. Zettel, a four-year veteran, was with the Browns this preseason but didn't make the 53-man roster. Cincinnati's defensive line has been hit with a couple of notable injuries. DE Kerry Wynn was placed on injured reserve (concussion) and DE Carlos Dunlap has battled knee problems and missed last week's game at Baltimore. To make room for Zettel, the Bengals waived RB Samaje Perine.

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals primary left tackle Cordy Glenn was a full participant at practice for the first time since he suffered a concussion during the preseason, according to the injury report released Wednesday. Glenn was slated to be the Week One starter before suffered the head injury. Glenn's return could boost an offensive line that used fourth-string left tackle John Jerry in the Week Six lost to Baltimore.

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7dJeremy Fowler

Goodell: No talk of draft lottery to fight tanking

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league is enjoying peak competitiveness, despite five teams winning one game or fewer through the first six weeks of the season.

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals CB Darqueze Dennard has been cleared to practice, the team announced Wednesday. While Dennard remains on the PUP list, he can start getting up to speed, which is a good sign for a depleted Cincinnati secondary. Starting cornerbacks William Jackson and Dre Kirkpatrick are reportedly dealing with injuries that could cause them to miss multiple games.

Clark: Green is a fit anywhere (1:00)

Team Stats

Passing Yards252.112th
Rushing Yards53.132nd
Points For16.3
Points Against26.6