Trey Hendrickson upgraded to full participant on Wednesday

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The Bengals had good news on their top pass rusher for their second practice day of the week.

Defensive end Trey Hendrickson (concussion) was upgraded from a limited to a full participant on Wednesday.

Hendrickson suffered the concussion during Sunday’s victory over Las Vegas. But he did record a sack and a forced fumble during that contest.

A free agent signee last spring, Hendrickson recorded a team-leading and career-high 14.0 sacks with 12 tackles for loss and 27 quarterback hits in 2021.

Receiver Stanley Morgan (hamstring) and defensive tackle Josh Tupou (knee) both remained limited on Wednesday.

Cornerback Jalen Davis (ankle), cornerback Mike Hilton (ankle), and defensive end Sam Hubbard (ribs) all remained full participants.

4 responses to “Trey Hendrickson upgraded to full participant on Wednesday

  1. The Bengals need to be bringing Geno Atkins back. Before his injury last year he was looking like a beast!
    I’m sure he’s got a few games left in the tank.

  2. I would love to see Geno back!
    He deserves to be here for a playoff run with as much as he meant and gave to the organization.
    He seems to be a bit butt hurt, but this is a perfect time to mend fenses!

  3. I’d love to see the team reach out to Geno for a real playoff run too.

    I don’t think I’d agree with calling him “butt hurt.” That implies he didn’t have legitimate complaints, and considering the way this coaching staff treated him, he had every right to be angry. If anything he’s been too kind to them by not lighting them up publicly.

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