Harris (illness) is active for Sunday's matchup against the Dolphins, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
Cincinnati will have its starting long snapper for Week 13. Harris was unable to participate in practice Wednesday or Thursday, but a full session Friday indicated this development may be possible. The one-time Pro Bowler hasn't missed a game since 2016.
Harris (undisclosed) passed his physical and is expected to participate in practice Tuesday.
Harris had been dealing with an undisclosed injury that forced him to land on the Non-Football Injury list, but was finally cleared. Expect Harris to resume his role as the top long snapper on the roster.
The Bengals placed Harris (undisclosed) on the NFI list Friday.
Harris' injury remains undisclosed but has a fair chance of being minor. If the long snapper were to miss significant time, Cincinnati could have to bring a player in from off the roster to replace him.
Harris, the Bengals' long snapper, missed practice Wednesday with a concussion and is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bucs, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports.
If Harris can't go, the Bengals would likely have to bring in a player from off the roster to replace him. C.J. Uzomah is the emergency backup, but because their tight end depth has been eviscerated, they'd rather not expose him to that position.
Harris (groin) will play Sunday against the Steelers.
Harris returns from a three-game absence Sunday and will resume his long-snapping duties.
Harris (groin) was a full participant during Wednesday's practice.
Harris appears to be in line to finally return from a three-game absence after dealing with a nagging groin injury. In such a case, he would resume long-snapping duties on Sunday against the Steelers.
Harris (groin) is inactive Sunday against the Browns.
Harris logged a full practice on Friday but still will be sidelined for a third straight contest. Expect Tyler Ott to continue filling in as the team's long snapper Sunday.
Harris (groin) is questionable to play Sunday against the Browns.
After being limited in practice earlier in the week, Harris was a full participant Friday. Expect his status to be confirmed before the start of the game.
Harris (groin) was not listed on the Bengals' official injury report Thursday.
After practicing in a limited fashion Wednesday, Harris was completely absent from the injury report Thursday, as it seems his groin aliment is finally behind him. After missing the past few weeks, look for him to resume his role as the team's long snapper this Sunday against the Browns.
Harris (groin) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice.
Harris has missed several games due to the groin issue, but he could return in Week 14 given his limited participation this early in the week. If he's unable to play, however, Tyler Ott would likely fill in at long snapper for the Bengals again.
Harris (groin) is inactive Sunday against the Eagles.
Look for Tyler Ott to spend another Sunday as the Bengals' long-snapper with Harris missing his second straight game.
Harris (groin) is inactive Sunday against the Ravens.
Harris suffered a groin injury in Week 11's loss to the Bills, but the team has yet to comment on the severity of the injury. The team brought on Tyler Ott earlier in the week, who is expected to fill the void until Harris can return.
Harris is dealing with a groin injury stemming from Sunday's loss to the Bills, Jim Owczarski of Cincinnati.com reports.
Harris was carted off the field but came back in to deliver a long snap before hobbling off the field again. The Bengals brought in long snappers to work out Tuesday and eventually signed Tyler Ott to the practice squad. Look for more updates on the veteran's injury to come later in the week.
Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert (knee) is officially active for Week 14 against the Colts, as expected. Eifert was on the injury report for Sunday's game, but was considered probable.
Fellow tight end Clark Harris (illness) is also active as expected.