The Bengalis were already missing one piece of their rebuilt offensive line as they make the playoffs, but now they are likely to miss out on another.
Right Guard Alex Kappa injured his ankle in Sunday’s game against the Ravens, and head coach Zach Taylor said at his press conference on Monday that Kappe would have a “tough” game in the rematch.
“Today we will receive more information, but it will be hard for him‘ Taylor said.
The head coach added that he did not know if the injury would end the season.
Max Sharping planned to start instead of Kappa.
The Bengals signed Kappa to a four-year deal during the off-season as part of their efforts to revamp their offensive line. He’s started 16 games for the team this year, playing nearly every offensive snap.
Cincinnati right tackle Lael Collins tore his cruciate ligament and MCL during the team’s win over the Patriots in Week 16.