Dunlap didn't register any sacks or tackles Sunday, but did put three hits on Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Dunlap finishes the season with eight sacks and 47 tackles, but only one sack in the last eight games.
Dunlap recorded four tackles, one sack and two pass breakups during Sunday's loss to the Chargers.
Dunlap had an extremely impressive nine-yard sack on third-and-one that pinned the Chargers on the 11-yard line and prevented Los Angeles from getting any points before halftime. This was his first sack in five games after recording seven sacks over the first eight games of the season.
Dunlap (hip) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Broncos, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports.
Dunlap began the week as a non-participant and was limited Thursday, but isn't listed on Friday's injury report. The 29-year-old should see his usual starting reps at defensive end Sunday.
Dunlap (hip) didn't participate in practice Wednesday, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Dunlap has been able to stay relatively healthy this season, playing in all of the Bengals' 11 games and logging at least 50 defensive snaps in all but two of them. Whether Dunlap practices later this week -- and to what capacity -- will help clear things up for his gameday status.
Dunlap recorded five tackles (four solo), including two sacks, in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay.
Dunlap's two sacks Sunday give him seven on the year, putting him on pace to best his career high (13.5) from 2015. He'll look to continue his quality play against the Saints in Week 10 after Cincinnati's Week 9 bye.
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