Iloka (hamstring) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports. Iloka exited in the second half of Sunday's game with a hamstring injury and was unable to return, but it looks as though the ailment won't be a lingering one. Expect Iloka to be a full go as the Bengals' starting free safety Sunday against the Browns.
Iloka (knee) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. While it isn't clear if Iloka has officially gained clearance to participate in Week 1, his unrestricted practice Wednesday suggests he should soon -- if he hasn't been given the green light already. At this point, it would be a surprise if Iloka didn't play.
Iloka (knee) has been practicing for the last two weeks, but hasn't yet officially been cleared to play Sunday against the Ravens, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Judging by his comments, however, he expects to play. "Mentally I feel good, physically I feel good given the conditions ...," Iloka said. "If this was my first or second year maybe I'd be a little more worried, but it's an opponent we've faced before. I understand what I can do in terms of to get myself ready for the game. I'll let everything else fall where it lies."
Iloka (knee) suited up and participated in practice Tuesday, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Iloka was initially expected to miss three to four weeks after he injured his knee late in July, but he ended up missing just two weeks. He'll jump back in with the No. 1 defense alongside fellow starting safety Shawn Williams.
Iloka (knee) will sit out 3-to-4 weeks, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports. The Boise State product has been a constant with the Bengals' defense, starting every game last season and posting 74 tackles, three interceptions, and seven pass breakups. Iloka's injury could hinder him right up until Week 1, so check back as the regular season approaches to see if he'll be ready to go.