The Jacksonville Jaguars got good news on the practice field today, as defensive end Aaron Kampman practiced in a limited capacity with the first team defense. Kampman has missed the first four games of the season after suffering a set back in the preseason recovering from a torn ACL he sustained last year with the Jaguars. Also on the good news front for the Jaguars, left tackle Eugene Monroe (shoulder) practiced in full and is expected to start.
On the defensive side of the ball, cornerback Derek Cox sat out practice with the same groin injury that forced him to miss last week's game against the New Orleans Saints. If Cox can't go, William Middleton is once again expected to start in his place.
The Bengals come into the game relatively healthy with only five players on the injury report, four of them in the secondary. Safeties Chris Crocker (groin) and Jeromy Miles (knee) didn't practice on Wednesday. Taylor Mays also missed practice with an illness, but he is expected to be available for the game on Sunday. Cornerback Kelly Jennings missed nursing a hamstring injury and Dontay Moch was limited in practice once again, still recovering from a broken foot.