Bengals injury report: six starters limited in practice Thursday

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Six Cincinnati Bengals starters were limited in practice Thursday as they prepare for the Miami Dolphins this Sunday.

The Cincinnati Bengals have picked up a number of small injuries as six starters for the Bengals were listed on the team's injury report as being limited in practice Thursday. One such starter is rookie outside linebacker Vontaze Burflict, who injured his hamstring Thursday after not being listed on the injury report on Wednesday.

Other starters that were limited for the second straight day included center Jeff Faine (hamstring), cornerbacks Nate Clements (calf) and Leon Hall (hamstring), defensive end Carlos Dunlap (groin), and offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth (knee).

In other injury news, cornerback Jason Allen missed his second straight day of practice with an injured quadriceps. Linebacker Dan Skuta participated in practice for the first time this week on Thursday due to a back injury. Cornerback Dre Kilpatrick was limited for the second straight day with a knee injury and running back Bernard Scott was a full particpant in practice Thursday after being limited Wednesday with an ankle injury.

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