Hopkins officially has torn his ACL, Ben Baby of ESPN.com.
After suffering a left knee injury during Week 17, it is confirmed Hopkins will need surgery to repair his torn ACL. Billy Price will likely cover the 28-year-old's role as starting center if Hopkins has to miss any time in 2021.
Hopkins (knee) left Sunday's game due to a knee injury.
Hopkins officially is listed as out after suffering a left-knee injury Week 17. Billy Price likely will replace Hopkins as the Bengals' starting center.
Hopkins (concussion) was a full participant during Wednesday's practice, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Hopkins was diagnosed with a concussion in the Week 6 loss to the Browns and has resided in concussion protocol ever since. As evidenced by this news, the Texas product appears on track to assume his starting center role for Sunday's divisional matchup against the Steelers.
Hopkins (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Titans, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports.
Hopkins suffered a concussion during this past Sunday's loss to the Browns, and after sitting out practice all week, he's officially been ruled out. Jonah Williams (stinger) and Bobby Hart (knee) will also sit out, so the Bengals' offensive front has been severely depleted. Billy Price is expected to start at center in Hopkins' place.
Hopkins is in the concussion protocol, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
The-year-old exited during the first half of Sunday's loss to the Browns to be evaluated for a concussion, and he never returned to the contest. Billy Price filled in at center for the Bengals and figures to start Week 8 should Hopkins be unable to clear the concussion protocol this week.
Hopkins exited Sunday's game against the Browns to be evaluated for a concussion.
It's been a rough day for Cincinnati's offensive line, as left tackle Jonah Williams also exited with a neck injury. Billy Price will take over at center until Hopkins clears the concussion protocol.
Hopkins has signed a three-year contract extension with the Bengals, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Hopkins' play at center has been one of the few bright spots for the Bengals this season. The 27-year-old is now locked in for the foreseeable future as the team's starter.
Hopkins was named the Bengals' starting center over Billy Price, Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com reports.
Hopkins and Price both saw time at left guard, right guard and center, but for now Hopkins will start at center and Price will come off the bench, which is a bit of a surprise given that Price was a first-round draft pick last season.
Hopkins signed a one-year contract with the Bengals on Thursday.
Hopkins elected to sign the second-round tender that was extended to him from the team he's spent his whole career with. The Texas product has started 21 of 30 games the last two seasons, suiting up at both guard positions and center. Hopkins should continue to serve as a depth lineman next season.
Hopkins is listed as the Bengals' starting right guard on their initial depth chart, Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com reports.
Hopkins earned significant playing time last season before missing time with a knee injury. Alex Redmond and Christian Westerman are currently his competition for the job.
Hopkins (knee) practiced without limitations Wednesday and is in line to play Sunday against the Jaguars.
Hopkins will fill back in at right guard for Sunday's matchup.
Hopkins left Sunday's game against the Colts with a left knee ailment, Jay Morrison of the Dayton Daily News reports.
Hopkins was replaced by Alex Redmond at right guard, and Redmond will continue slotting in if Hopkins isn't available for Week 9's matchup with the Jags.
Hopkins (knee) practiced without limitations Wednesday, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Now that he's healthy, Hopkins will slot back in at right guard for Sunday's matchup with the Bills.
Hopkins (knee) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Browns.
Hopkins practiced in a limited fashion all week but was unable to be cleared for Sunday's game. He'll have a full week to prepare for Week 5 against the Bills.
Hopkins (knee) is questionable to play Sunday against the Browns.
Hopkins injured his left knee in the season opener and hasn't played since. Fortunately, he was able to practice in a limited capacity throughout the week and appears to have a decent shot of suiting up Sunday.
Hopkins (knee) won't play Sunday against the Packers, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports.
Hopkins is set to miss his second straight week, leaving T.J. Johnson to continue filling in.
Hopkins (knee) won't play in Thursday's game against the Texans.
Hopkins didn't practice all week after injuring his left knee in the Bengals' season-opening loss to the Ravens last Sunday.
Hopkins (knee) did not participate in Tuesday's practice, Jay Morrison of the Dayton Daily News reports.
Hopkins was removed from Sunday's game after suffering a left knee injury. If he's unable to play Thursday, expect T.J. Johnson to play in his absence.
Hopkins has a left knee injury and is out for the remainder of Sunday's game.
With Hopkins out, T.J. Johnson will fill in for the time being.
The Bengals made a slew of moves Saturday to pare their roster down to the required 53 for the regular season.
Among those moves was the placement of guard Trey Hopkins on the reserve/injured list with a leg issue. Rookie quarterback AJ McCarron was put on the reserve/non-football injury list with a shoulder problem.
The Bengals also cut the following offensive players: tackles Dan France and Will Svitek, wide receivers Colin Lockett and Cobi Hamilton, center Trevor Robinson and running backs James Wilder and Nikita Whitlock.
Defenders waived by the Bengals include safety Danieal Manning, cornerbacks Onterio McCalebb and Victor Hampton, tackles Devon Still and David King and ends Sam Montgomery and Dontay Moch.
Cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris will begin serving a two-game drug suspension handed dowsn by the league.