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Does anyone have any info as to when he is going to start playing again.

This week perhaps?

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Lining up at WR? :D Are they going to use him a la Reggie Bush? I hear he could be acvivated this week, regardless.

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Chris Perry returns to practice this afternoon

 

 

Explosive third-down back Chris Perry, a playmaker the Bengals' dormant offense desperately needs, will officially return to practice today, coach Marvin Lewis announced early third afternoon. Perry was removed from the physically unable to perform list.

 

He was listed as questionable for the game Sunday against Carolina with the ankle injury.

 

Also listed as questionable: strong safety Dexter Jackson (ankle), linebacker Rashad Jeanty (foot) and linebacker Brian Simmons (neck).

 

Out is left tackle Levi Jones, who is undergoing exploratory surgery on his left knee today, Lewis said. Also out are center Rich Braham (knee), wide receiver Tab Perry (hip), wide receiver Kelley Washington (hamstring) and quarterback Anthony Wright (appendix).

 

Asked when Chris Perry might play, Lewis said, "It could be Sunday. It could be the next Sunday. It could be the Sunday after that."

 

Perry declined specific comment in the locker room but alluded to the fact that he is healthy enough to play.

 

Or this...

 

October 17, 2006, 08:31

Bengals :: RB, WR

 

WR K. Washington Out With Hamstring Injury

Mark Curnutte, Cincinnati Enquirer - [Full Article]

 

WR Kelley Washington is the latest Bengals' receiver to be knocked out of commission. He suffered a hamstring injury Sunday at Tampa Bay and is being ruled out for the Carolina game Sunday at home. Washington's absence will leave the Bengals with just three healthy, veterans: WR Chad Johnson, WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh and WR Antonio Chatman.

Rookie WR Reggie McNeal, who was the team's emergency third quarterback last week, could be the No. 4 receiver. Or it's a role RB Chris Perry, an excellent pass receiver, could fill if he returns from the physically unable to perform (PUP) list as expected.

Edited by Randall

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