Gilbert has re-upped with the Bengals, ESPN's Jenna Laine reports. Gilberry signed with the Lions last offseason after spending the previous five years in Cincinnati. Detroit placed him on injured reserve in October and released him shortly thereafter, allowing him to rejoin the Bengals for the second half of the year. The 32-year-old may have to compete for a roster spot at this point in his career, as he only has six sacks over the past three seasons.
Gilberry (calf) logged a full practice Friday and is not listed on the Bengals' official injury report. The Bengals will be getting some depth back on the edge Sunday with Gilberry's expected return from a calf injury. He's missed each of the last three games, so there's a chance that he won't his usual snap count Saturday against the Texans. Carlos Dunlap will likely see most of the playing time at the left defensive end spot.
Gilberry (calf) is inactive Sunday against the Steelers. Gilberry was doubtful heading into the contest so it's no surprise to see him on the inactive list. It will be his third straight game on the sideline, as Carlos Dunlap and Micheal Johnson will continue to handle the majority of reps at defensive end.
Gilberry (calf) is considered doubtful for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com reports. Gilberry appears to be in line for his third consecutive missed game due to a calf issue, though the Bengals have additional depth at defensive end so his potential absence won't have much of an impact.
Gilberry (calf) is ruled out of Sunday's game against the Browns. Gilberry didn't take the practice field at all this week and is set to miss his second straight game. He'll look to get back in commission prior to the Bengals' Week 15 matchup with the Steelers.