CINCINNATI (CBSNewYork/AP) — Center Nick Mangold was active for the New York Jets against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday despite a rib injury that had limited him in practice all week and left him listed as questionable.
Mangold is regarded as one of the NFL’s toughest players.READ MORE: COVID Restrictions: New York City Restaurants Can Increase Capacity, New Jersey Raises Gathering Limits
Receiver Santonio Holmes missed his fourth straight game with a hamstring injury. Jeremy Kerley started in his place.
Adam Jones started at cornerback for Cincinnati in place of Leon Hall, out with an injured Achilles tendon. That was the Bengals’ only lineup change.READ MORE: NYC Parks Employee Slashed Across Face And Chest On The Job In The Bronx
Defensive end Wallace Gilberry, receiver Marvin Jones, linebacker Rey Maualuga and cornerback Terence Newman were active for the Bengals. All had been listed as probable with injuries.
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