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  • Vincent Rey: Visiting with Ravens

    Rey worked out for the Ravens on Tuesday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Rey is among the better free-agent linebackers left on the market and he could serve as valuable depth on the interior for Baltimore. He's shown remarkable durability over his nine-year career, playing 16 games in seven of those seasons.
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  • Bengals' Vincent Rey: Limited participant Wednesday

    Rey (jaw) was a limited participant at the Bengals' practice Wednesday, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Rey exited Sunday's loss to the Vikings with a jaw injury and was unable to return, but his participation in practice Wednesday makes it seem likely that he'll be available Week 16 against the Lions. Thursday and Friday's practice sessions should provide further clarity on his status for that contest.
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  • Bengals' Vincent Rey: Won't return due to jaw injury

    Rey is out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Vikings with a jaw injury, Jay Morrison of the Dayton Daily News reports. With Rey out, the Bengals currently only have three healthy linebackers -- Hardy Nickerson, Carl Lawson and Brandon Bell. With the game well out of reach, though, there was no rush to get Rey back into the game. If his injury is deemed serious, Rey could be in danger of missing his first game since the 2010 season.
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  • Bengals' Vincent Rey: Expected to start

    Rey is expected to get the start at outside linebacker in Sunday's game against the Vikings, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official website reports. After consecutive weeks as a healthy scratch, Rey logged six tackles (five solo) in last week's loss to the Bears. Due to multiple starters already ruled out, the veteran figures to see another relatively healthy workload this week. He is expected to play opposite Jordan Evans at outside linebacker while Hardy Nickerson mans the middle.
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  • Bengals' Vincent Rey: Unlikely to return Sunday

    Rey is doubtful to return to Sunday's game against the Broncos with a left hamstring injury. Rey initially was labeled questionable to return before being downgraded shortly thereafter. The 30-year-old typically serves as a reserve linebacker, and Carl Lawson, and to a lesser extent, Jordan Evans should step up in his absence.
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  • Bengals' Vincent Rey: Suffers hamstring injury

    Rey suffered a hamstring injury Sunday against the Steelers and is questionable to return. Look for more updates to come as the game continues. In the meantime, Rey Maualuga is expected to see extended time on the field in Rey's absence.
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  • Bengals' Vincent Rey: Not listed on injury report

    Rey (thumb) was not listed on the Bengals' official injury report Thursday. The linebacker injured his thumb during Sunday's win over the Eagles but his absence from the injury report suggests it was just a minor issue. Expect Rey to be out on the field Sunday when the Bengals take on the Browns.
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  • Bengals' Vincent Rey: Injures thumb Sunday

    Rey injured his thumb during Sunday's game against the Eagles and his return is questionable, Paul Dehner of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Rey potential absence doesn't figure to have too big of an impact on the Bengals' defense as long as starting middle linebacker Rey Maualuga remains healthy.
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  • Vincent Rey: Re-signing in Cincinnati

    Rey is re-signing with the Bengals, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports. Rey piled up 95 tackles in 16 games (eight starts) last season, with the bulk of his production coming while Vontaze Burfict (suspension) was still recovering from injury in September and October. With Burfict suspended for the first three games of 2016, Rey should be a useful early-season IDP for a second straight year, though he may eventually move back to a depth role.
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  • Bengals' Vincent Rey: Leaves with a knee injury

    Rey left Sunday's game against the Bills with what appears to be a knee injury. He was helped off the field and then later carted to the locker room. This is potentially a big loss for the Bengals defense. Rey had stepped up in a big way recent for the Bengals, taking over the primary linebacker role for the injured Vontaze Burfict.
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  • Bengals LB Vincent Rey totals 13 tackles in Week 5 victory

    Bengals linebacker Vincent Rey had 13 total tackles in Sunday's win over the Seahawks. Rey has had two games in a row with double-digit tackles and has had eight or more tackles in four of the five Bengals games this season. Nobody's Vontaze Burfict, but Rey has come close while Burfict has been out.
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  • Bengals' Vincent Rey: Becoming an IDP force

    Rey had 13 total tackles in Sunday's win over the Seahawks. Rey has had two games in a row with double-digit tackles and has had eight or more tackles in four of the five Bengals games this season. Nobody's Vontaze Burfict, but Rey has come close while Burfict has been out.
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  • Bengals list nine players on final injury report

    The Bengals listed nine players on their final injury report for Week 6 at home against Carolina. Outside of star receiver A.J. Green (toe) being questionable for Sunday, Vontaze Burfict (concussion) is the most notable name on the report. He was a full participant in practice all week after receiving clearance from team doctors and is listed as probable. He will need to be given the green light by an independent neurologist in order to play Sunday. Other probables include safety George Iloka (abdomen), linebacker Rey Maualuga (shoulder), offensive lineman Mike Pollak (knee) and linebacker Vincent Rey (calf). Outside of Green, wide receiver Marvin Jones (ankle), who missed practice all week, was the only other player deemed questionable on the list. Defensive tackle Brandon Thompson (knee) and guard Kevin Zeitler (calf) were both ruled doubtful for the home game.
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  • Vincent Rey remains with Bengals

    The Bengals have hung on to linebacker Vincent Rey, signing him to a two-year extension, a league source has told the National Football Post. Rey has played in all 48 games since 2011, but not as a starter. He started just three games a year ago, but still registered 57 tackles and four sacks.
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  • Bengals tender three restricted free agents

    The Bengals tendered offers to their three restricted free agents: receivers Andrew Hawkins and Dane Sanzenbacher and linebacker Vincent Rey, according to the team's website. All received the low tender of $1.4 million. Thus, Cincy has the right to match offer sheets from other teams.
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  • Six probable Bengals good to go

    Bengals OL Anthony Collins, S Chris Crocker, CB Dre Kirkpatrick, LB Vincent Rey, OL Andre Smith and OL Andrew Whitworth are active against the Chargers. Collins, Rey, Smith and Whitworth are all dealing with ankle injuries. All six players were able to get through full practice Friday.
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  • Unlucky seven on injury list for Bengals

    Seven Bengals have been listed as probable for the playoff game Sunday against San Diego, including premier wide receiver A.J. Green (knee). The other offensive probables are linemen Andre Smith, Andrew Whitworth and Anthony Collins with ankle injuries. The defensive probables are defensive backs Chris Crocker (knee) and Dre Kirkpatrick (illness) and linebacker Vincent Rey (ankle).
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  • Half-dozen Bengals probable for clash against Ravens

    The Bengals have listed six players as probable for their Week 17 battle against Baltimore, including defensive end Carlos Dunlap (illness), linebacker James Harrison (concussion) and cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (ankle). The others are linebacker Vincent Rey (ankle), tackle Andre Smith (ankle) and tight end Alex Smith (concussion).
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  • Vincent Rey does it all

    Bengals linebacker Vincent Rey did it all Week 16 against the Vikings. He started the game off by forcing a fumble on a sack of quarterback Matt Cassel on the Vikings' very first drive. It was his only tackle on the day. He then picked off Cassel in the second quarter and returned it 25 yards for a touchdown. Rey had only three sacks and one interception coming into the game, all coming Week 10 at Baltimore. The touchdown was the first of his career.
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  • Vincent Rey produces again in spot start

    Bengals linebacker Vincent Rey had a big game in another start in Week 11, in a 41-20 win over the Browns. Rey, starting for the injured Rey Maualuga, racked up 12 tackles -- seven solo -- to come in second on the team. He added a pass defense in the game. Rey now has 27 tackles of the last two games.
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