NFL Inactives, Bengals Vs. Jaguars: Bengals thin at cornerback

David Kohl-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The Cincinnati Bengals will have just three active cornerbacks against the Jaguars as Nate Clements, Jason Allen, Dre Kirkpatrick and Leon Hall are inactive.

Cornerback depth is going to be a serious concern for the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday as they will face the Jaguars with just three active cornerbacks. Leon Hall, Nate Clements, Dre Kirkpatrick and Jason Allen are all inactive for Cincinnati, leaving just Terence Newman, Adam Jones and Chris Lewis-Harris. The Bengals signed Lewis-Harris off the practice squad on Saturday.

Dre Kirkpatrick remains out with a knee injury while Clements will miss Sunday's game with a calf injury. Hall is out with a hamstring injury and Allen is out with a thigh injury. In addition to those four, Cincinnati will also be without backup running back Bernard Scott, who is out with an ankle injury.

The Jaguars got some good news with starting right tackle Cameron Bradfield and backup running back Rashad Jennings both active. Bradfield and Jennings each missed the last two games with injuries. Defensively, Jacksonville will once again be without starting linebacker Daryl Smith, who remains out with a groin injury. Smith is yet to play in the regular season and will be replaced by Kyle Bosworth.


OT Herb Taylor
LB Daryl Smith
DE George Selvie
CB Kevin Rutland
DT Jeris Pendleton
LB Brandon Marshall
OL Daniel Baldridge


CB Leon Hall
CB Nate Clements
CB Jason Allen
CB Dre Kirkpatrick
RB Bernard Scott
LB Roddrick Muckelroy
WR Ryan Whalen.

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