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Bengals DE Carlos Dunlap Unlikely To Play Monday Night After Missing Practice Again
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Posted By: SteveRobWhatever 2 Weeks Ago

Judging by coach Marvin Lewis' history in dealing with injuries, expect DE Carlos Dunlap to sit out Monday night against Baltimore.

Dunlap worked on the side for the third consecutive day Friday and hasn't practiced since spraining his knee in the first preseason game. Under Lewis, When a player doesn't take part in either of the two primary practices leading up to a game, they don't play.

Lewis admitted Dunlap's on pace with his rehab schedule. The timetable looks more and more like a debut in the home opener against Cleveland on Sept. 16.

Source: CBS Sports

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