Rey (hamstring) logged a full practice Friday and does not have an injury designation heading into Saturday's game against the Texans Rey was able to practice on a limited basis earlier in the week, but his full practice Friday effectively gives him the green light for Saturday's tilt. His role in the Bengals' defense had started to diminish prior to his injury as he had not played more than 25 snaps in any of his last four games. Look for Rey Maualuga to see the bulk of the snaps at middle linebacker.
Rey suffered a hamstring injury Sunday against the Steelers and is questionable to return. Look for more updates to come as the game continues. In the meantime, Rey Maualuga is expected to see extended time on the field in Rey's absence.
Rey (thumb) was not listed on the Bengals' official injury report Thursday. The linebacker injured his thumb during Sunday's win over the Eagles but his absence from the injury report suggests it was just a minor issue. Expect Rey to be out on the field Sunday when the Bengals take on the Browns.
Rey injured his thumb during Sunday's game against the Eagles and his return is questionable, Paul Dehner of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Rey potential absence doesn't figure to have too big of an impact on the Bengals' defense as long as starting middle linebacker Rey Maualuga remains healthy.
Rey is re-signing with the Bengals, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports. Rey piled up 95 tackles in 16 games (eight starts) last season, with the bulk of his production coming while Vontaze Burfict (suspension) was still recovering from injury in September and October. With Burfict suspended for the first three games of 2016, Rey should be a useful early-season IDP for a second straight year, though he may eventually move back to a depth role.