Dunlap (neck) was a full participant at practice Thursday. Dunlap injured his neck in Sunday's win over Cleveland but it wasn't thought to be serious. He was limited Wednesday but likely won't miss more time with the injury going forward.
Dunlap injured his neck during Sunday's game against the Browns, but will likely return. Dunlap appears to have avoided any kind of serious injury, but Margus Hunt or Will Clarke could see additional reps at defensive end until Dunlap returns.
Dunlap notched a pair of sacks along with a forced fumble and five tackles in Week 4 against the Dolphins. Dunlap easily had his best performance of the young season, as he tied a season-high with five tackles to go along with the sacks and forced fumble. He's now sacked the quarterback in two straight games while recording five tackles in three of four contests. He's now on pace to match the career-high 13.5 sacks he posted in 2015, and he certainly can reach his highest tackle total of 66, which he recorded in 2014. He's a great option at defensive end in fantasy leagues.
Dunlap (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Ravens. Dunlap has been sensational on the season with 13.5 sacks through 15 games, and he is available for IDP usage in Week 17.
Dunlap had three more sacks Monday night for the Bengals, giving them their official team record 13.5 on the season. Unofficially, the team still recognizes Coy Bacon's 22 sacks from before the time that the NFL recognized sacks as an official stat. Still, it's been a fantastic season for Dunlap and the Bengals' offensive line.