CINCINNATI -- El ala cerrada de los Cincinnati Bengals, Tyler Eifert, se perderá el partido del domingo contra los Green Bay Packers por una lesión en la espalda, de acuerdo al entrenador en jefe Marvin Lewis.Eifert jugó en los primeros dos partidos pero pasó algún tiempo en la banca durante el partido del jueves por la noche pasado. No practicó toda la semana.Tyler Eifert jugó los primeros dos partidos de la temporada con los Cincinnati Bengals.
CINCINNATI -- Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins doesn't talk much. It's a long running joke among his teammates.Want to know how Atkins feels? A "like" or retweet on his Twitter account is probably anyone's best guess.Atkins both liked and retweeted two things on his social media accounts last week. One was an image put out by Pro Football Focus that named him one of the best defensive players of Week 2.
CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert will miss Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers with a back injury, according to Marvin Lewis.Eifert played in the first two games but spent some time on the sidelines getting stretched out during last Thursday's game. He was not at practice all week.Eifert, 27, was one of the team's top red zone targets in 2015 with 13 touchdown receptions. He played in only eight games last season due to a combination of back and ankle injuries.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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