NFL Network's Ian Rapoport updated his earlier reports on Bengals WR A.J. Green on Tuesday afternoon. Rapoport tweeted, "Based on what they found cleaning out the ankle, he's now expected to miss a few games." That's 3 varying reports from Rapoport on Green today. We already shaved a couple of games off Green's projection after the initial diagnosis, though. His position at the bottom of WR2 territory seems appropriate for now ... at least until the next thing "sources" say.
Bengals WR A.J. Green (ankle) is out for Sunday’s game against the Raiders. The swelling in that ankle has reportedly subsided, but Green didn’t practice at all this week. Tyler Boyd and Auden Tate will continue to serve as Cincinnati’s top 2 WRs vs. Oakland’s burnable secondary.
Bengals WR A.J. Green is out "indefinitely" after experiencing a setback with his injured ankle, according to ESPN's Ben Baby. Green doesn't sound particularly interested in pushing through the injury for the 0-8 Bengals. "For me, just gotta make sure I feel comfortable going out there and pushing it," Green said Thursday. "For me, just gotta make sure I gotta take care of me first before anything else." Green did add that he's still hoping to play in 2019, but that seems weeks away now. He's droppable if you need the roster spot.
Bengals WR A.J. Green told reporters on Thursday that his ankle is swollen and said "probably not" when asked if he'll play against the Ravens this weekend. So we'll need to wait at least another week for Green's 2019 debut. His continued absence keeps WRs Tyler Boyd and Auden Tate in play as lower-end fantasy options.
Shortly after Bengals HC Zac Taylor said WR A.J. Green (ankle) was on track to return for this weekend's game against the Ravens, Green missed Wednesday's practice. Taylor said afterward that Green didn't feel well enough to participate and is considered "day to day." His Week 10 status is now completely up in the air. Check back tomorrow for another update.
Bengals HC Zac Taylor confirmed on Wednesday that WR A.J. Green (ankle) is expected to make his 2019 debut against the Ravens this weekend. Green will be returning to a struggling offense with a rookie QB making his 1st career start. It obviously adds risk to Green's fantasy outlook, but he's talented enough to produce despite it all. It's also worth noting that Cincinnati has been the league's 2nd pass-heaviest offense this season.
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