Dennard (collarbone) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game at Baltimore, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Dennard returned to practice this week for the first time since suffering the sternoclavicular injury Week 6 against the Steelers. The 27-year-old could be in line for a heavy workload with Dre Kirkpatrick in the concussion protocol and questionable for Sunday; otherwise Dennard will resume his usual duties at nickelback.
Dennard (collarbone) saw limited action in Wednesday's practice, his first such action since getting hurt against the Steelers, Richard Skinner of Local12.com reports. Dennard is the Bengals' primary slot corner and has been badly missed since his injury. The Bengals haven't yet suggested that Dennard will play just yet, so we'll have to track the practice reports to get a better feel later in the week.
Dennard (collarbone) was ruled out for Sunday's game against New Orleans, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Dennard will miss his third straight game since suffering the sternoclavicular injury Week 6 against the Steelers, as the Bengals' bye last week apparently didn't provide enough recovery time. Darius Phillips and KeiVarae Russell should work as the nickel and dime cornerbacks for the Bengals in his absence.
Dennard (collarbone) didn't practice Wednesday, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports. Dennard continues to nurse a sternoclavicular injury suffered during an Oct. 14 loss to the Steelers and appears at risk of missing Sunday's game against the Saints. The rotational cornerback will play a key role in Cincinnati's defense when healthy.
Dennard (shoulder) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports. Dennard sustained the shoulder injury in last Sunday's loss to the Steelers and was unable to practice this week. The specifics of the injury remain unclear, and Tony McRae should serve as the Browns' nickel cornerback against the Chiefs' high-powered offense.