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Who's Playing, Who's Not at Bengals


The Ravens find themselves in a somewhat unfamiliar situation going into the season finale Sunday in Cincinnati.

After a year of so many injuries, they finally don't have any major injury questions lingering into the weekend.

The only player whose status is up in the air is linebacker Albert McClellan. He is officially listed as questionable with an ankle injury. The special-teams ace has missed the last two games with the injury, but he returned to practice as a limited participant this week.

The only other player who unexpectedly missed practice this week was fullback Kyle Juszczyk (illness), but he practiced fully on Thursday and Friday and is listed as probable.

The Ravens didn't have any other players listed with injuries this week.

Bengals Rule Out Two Players

The Bengals have ruled out two players for Sunday's game, including starting quarterback Andy Dalton. He has missed the two games because of a thumb injury, and the Bengals hope to get him back for the playoffs.

The other player ruled out is reserve tight end Ryan Hewitt (knee/illness).

With Dalton out, Cincinnati will start AJ McCarron. He dealt with a left wrist injury that limited him in practice this week, but he is listed as probable.

McCarron has fared well in his two starts this year, throwing for 694 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions.

The other players listed on Cincinnati's injury report are defensive end Carlos Dunlap (hamstring), tight end Tyle Eifert (concussion), safety George Iloka (groin) and wide receiver Marvin Jones (hamstring), and they are all probable to play. Eifert will likely return after missing the last two games. His return to the lineup will present a challenge for Baltimore's defense, as he has 12 receiving touchdowns this season.

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