A.J.. Green was apparently undergoing an MRI on Sunday morning, and there was no final word as the Bengals prepared to practice in the afternoon. The hope is that a sprained left ankle will no longer be damaged if he thinks he will be absent four weeks after plummeting to the outside of his foot. Practice more than after Saturday's practice Green was lying on a cart. They felt that things were not as bad as they had feared when he showed up in the night sessions after an X-ray showed the sprain.
"It's good, it's not crazy," said the great recipient Auden Tate, "but you still want to see him out there, he did not really come down hard or anything, it was a bit of a tweak a kind of football game. "
Alex Erickson, a broad receiver, was not surprised that Green's feelings made the best of him as he hobbled off the field and hit the bench.
if he even misses a representative, "said Erickson," lack of time and weeks are hard for him, for a guy who has done the things in this league he did and comes out and practices the way he practices everyday "I guarantee that not many of his stature will do that."