The Cincinnati Bengals released their final injury report before their Week 17 game against the Buffalo Bills, and only Sam Hubbard was listed as injured.
The Bengals are mostly healthy ahead of the final regular season game with Hubbard the only player with an injury designation on the latest injury report.
Hubbard is listed as doubtful with a calf injury after missing last week’s game with the same injury. The former third-round pick returned to practice sparingly this week and could be a game-time decision. If Hubbard can’t play, expect to see another heavy dose of Joseph Osai, especially if Trey Hendrickson remains in the snap count. Ossai played a season-high 63% of his defensive snaps in Week 16.
The Bengals will also see tight end Hayden Hurst back on Monday. Hurst hasn’t played since Week 13, and his return will lift the Bengals’ offense. Mitchell Wilcox starts in place of the injured Hurst. The Bulls are also extremely healthy with only one player on the injury report before Monday night.
Safety Jordan Poyer is listed as doubtful with a knee injury after missing practice Thursday and Friday. Poyer returned to limited action Saturday and appears to be headed in the right direction, but we likely won’t know his status until Monday.