Updated: 1:25 p.m.
Despite not appearing on Thursday's injury report, Bengals wide receiver Chad Ocho Cinco didn't dress for Friday morning's practice as he nears the end of a season he has played with a dislocated shoulder.
Lewis hinted he'd be OK for Sunday: "He's sore today, so we rested him."
Later on in his injury report Lewis made Ocho Cinco (hamstring) probable. Left tackle Levi Jones, dealing with a back issue, was officially ruled out. Running back Kenny Watson (hamstring) limited this week in practice was questionable.
Cornerback David Jones (knee) and right tackle Stacy Andrews (illness), who didn't work Thursday, were on the field. Lewis indicated that Jones and two other guys that returned this week with similar foot injuries, safety Chinedum Ndukwe and tight end Ben Utecht, will be game-time decisions and all are listed as probable.
DEEP FREEZE: The National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio is calling for falling temperatures throughout the day Sunday in Cleveland with a high of 25 degrees under cloudy skies at kickoff against the Bengals. Shifting winds out of the west are to reach 30 miles per hour and possibly more later in the day. There is a 50 percent chance of a light dusting of snow with about a half-inch accumulation.