Wide receiver A.J. Green of the Cincinnati Bengals, who has missed the last two games because of a toe injury, on Friday was listed as questionable for Sunday’s AFC North matchup against the Cleveland Browns.
Green has not practiced all week and the Bengals (5-5) said they will reevaluate him on Saturday.
Head coach Marvin Lewis said earlier in the week that although Green had not yet been able to practice, he expected the wide receiver would be on the field sometime this week and that he thought he would play against the Browns.
Lewis said on Friday that he hoped Green could practice on Saturday.
The 6-4, 210-pound Green has 45 receptions this season for 687 yards (a 15.3-yard average) and six touchdowns. He averaged 85.9 receiving yards in the eight games he has played.
Safety Damarious Randall of the Browns (3-6-1) told Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal: “If they don’t have A.J., they’re getting their ass beat.”
The Bengals have lost to the New Orleans Saints and the Baltimore Ravens the last two weeks without Green.
Also on Friday, the Bengals placed defensive tackle Adolphus Washington (knee) on injured reserve and signed defensive tackle Christian Ringo to fill