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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)

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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)."

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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.

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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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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.

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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)

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Bengals DE Kerry Wynn has been placed on IR with a concussion. Team has signed rookie offensive lineman Fred Johnson (Pittsburgh) off waivers.

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Bengals inactive for Sunday's game at Baltimore: QB Jake Doleagla, WR A.J. Green, LT Andre Smith, DE Kerry Wynn, LT Cordy Glenn, DE Carlos Dunlap, DT Ryan Glasgow. Dolegala, the third-string QB, is the lone healthy scratch. DE Carl Lawson is expected to start instead of Dunlap.

Schefter: Green may not think it's worth it to return to Bengals (0:40)

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The Bengals will have thin depth on the defensive line against the Ravens. DE Carlos Dunlap, DE Kerry Wynn and DT Ryan Glasgow will all be out this Sunday. OT Cordy Glenn, OT Andre Smith and WR A.J. Green are also out. Safety Shawn Williams is questionable.

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Bengals WR A.J. Green was hesitant to put a percentage on how his ankle felt after he participated in position drills for the first time since July. While he said he still "has a little ways to go," he said the ankle felt good. "The biggest thing is just trying to keep the swelling down, getting back used to that grind of you stopping, cutting and things like that." Green said he'll run routes on Sunday and go from there.

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Bengals WR A.J. Green had this to say when asked about how important the value of his next deal will be during negotiations: "It's not about the money," Green said. "Got enough money. I just want to make sure to I'm healthy and then everything else will take care of itself."

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Taylor says Bengals aren't trading WR Green

Bengals coach Zac Taylor, who also is the spokesperson for the team's front office, made it clear Thursday that Cincinnati isn't trading wide receiver A.J. Green, whose contract expires at the end of the season.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards251.212th
Rushing Yards56.532nd
Points For16.2
Points Against26.5