CINCINNATI — The Bengals could be without multiple key pieces this Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
They resumed practice on Wednesday without multiple starters, including starting left tackle Jonah Williams.
Williams did some work on the rehab field Wednesday, but he didn't have a helmet. The former first-round pick left in the second quarter of Sunday's loss to the Browns with a neck injury. He's dealing with a stinger according to the Bengals' official injury report.
Williams is day-to-day, as is running back Joe Mixon. The 24-year-old was out on Sunday with a foot injury. The Bengals could be without him for a second-straight week. He was on the practice field, but didn't do any physical work during the portion that was open to the media.
Bobby Hart (knee) has already been ruled out for Sunday's game. Trey Hopkins (concussion) could be a long-shot to clear protocol in time to play.
Cornerback Darius Phillips and safety Brandon Wilson were also out with knee injuries.
Geno Atkins and Mike Daniels didn't participate on Wednesday, but it was just a veteran day off for the two defensive tackles.
A.J. Green (rest), Cethan Carter (shoulder), Markus Bailey (neck) and Michael Jordan (back) were limited.
Cornerback William Jackson III returned to practice in a limited capacity. He missed last week's game against the Browns with a concussion.
Wide receiver John Ross (illness) also returned to practice. He took some special teams reps during the open media portion of practice.
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