Alex Cappa, Jonah Williams remain out of practice for Bengals

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As the Bengals continue to get ready for their divisional-round matchup with the Bills, it still looks like they’re going to be without two key offensive linemen.

Right guard Alex Cappa (ankle) and left tackle Jonah Williams (knee) both remained non-participants for Thursday’s practice. That’s no real surprise, as head coach Zac Taylor called both players week-to-week with their respective injuries.

Max Scharping is in line to start at right guard with Jackson Carman in line to start at left tackle.

The Bengals are also without right tackle La'el Collins, who tore his ACL in December.

Cornerback Tre Flowers (hamstring) also remained sidelined for Thursday’s practice.

Defensive tackle D.J. Reader was back on the field as a full participant after receiving a rest day on Wednesday.

Cornerback Eli Apple (neck), defensive end Joseph Ossai (shoulder), and defense back Michael Thomas (hamstring) all remained full participants.

3 responses to “Alex Cappa, Jonah Williams remain out of practice for Bengals

  1. Buffalo knew what was coming a couple mondays ago and they know whats coming Sunday. Sorry NFL but no buff kc matchup this year. The defending champs are comin.

  2. Maybe this week together with the new offense line they won’t miss every other assignment again. Last year line needed more talent now after all the injuries Bengals back to needing more talent with the addition of minimal experience and having not really played all year. Tough deal to get up to speed on the road in a playoff game.

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