Bernard tore his ACL six months ago and isn't expected to return in full until early on in the regular season. It wouldn't have been surprising to see him sit out OTAs entirely, so his limited participation is a step in the right direction. With the addition of Joe Mixon in the draft, Cincinnati is under no pressure to hurry Bernard back, as he'll likely be the third option when he does return.
Jackson (pectoral) is fully healed and ready to compete for playing time in 2017, WLWT News 5 reports.
Jackson didn't log a single snap his rookie year due to a pectoral injury he suffered in the preseason. Now back to full health, he'll compete with Darqueze Dennard, Josh Shaw and Bene Benwikere for playing time behind starters Adam Jones and Dre Kirkpatrick.
Ogbuehi (shoulder) has recovered from his season-ending injury, Jim Owsczarski of Cincinnati.com reports.
Ogbuehi missed the Bengals' 2017 regular-season finale with an injured labrum, but didn't require surgery. After turning to a rest and rehab regimen for the last several months, it looks like Ogbuehi will be good to go heading into training camp. The 2015 first-rounder is expected to move to left tackle this season after Andrew Whitworth departed for the Rams in March.
Burfict (concussion) has enjoyed his first healthy offseason since 2014, Cincinnati.com's Jim Owczarski reports.
Burfict spent the 2015 offseason in recovery from knee surgery and the 2016 offseason in recovery from a foot injury. Despite missing last season's final game with a concussion -- which doesn't appear to have any lingering effects -- the veteran linebacker has been able to focus on improving his overall strength and conditioning this spring, rather than some sort of rehab regimen. Thus, he's been more involved in offseason workouts than he has in the past and reportedly showed up to OTAs in great shape. Hopefully, this additional offseason preparation might help him return to the elite IDP ranks in 2017, a la his 2014 season when Burfict tallied 171 tackles, three sacks, an interception and two forced fumbles.
Jones pleaded guilty to obstructing official business in court Tuesday, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.
Jones was arrested in the beginning of January. He'll likely receive some sort of discipline from the league, but it remains to be seen whether or not it will severely jeopardize his availability this season.