Cincinnati, OH (Sports Network) - Cincinnati Bengals starting safety Chris
Crocker was listed as doubtful on the team's final injury report heading into
Saturday's AFC Wild Card playoff game against the Houston Texans.
Crocker was limited during Wednesday's practice before sitting out the past
two sessions with a thigh injury.
The 10-year veteran started nine games for the Bengals and finished the
regular season tied for the team lead in interceptions with three.
Starting running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis was limited in practice early in
the week after missing Cincinnati's regular-season finale against Baltimore
due to a hamstring injury, but the Mississippi product participated fully in
Friday's session and was listed as probable.
Cornerback Jason Allen (hamstring) was a limited participant all week and was
listed as questionable, while fellow cornerbacks Terence Newman (groin) and
Leon Hall (non-injury related) were listed as probable after fully
participating in Friday's practice.
Defensive end Wallace Gilberry (illness), safety Taylor Mays (hamstring) and
linebacker Dan Skuta (thigh) were all listed as probable for Saturday.
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