Glenn Back at LT; Dre, Mike Johnson Go

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Cincinnati Bengals kicker Randy Bullock practices before an NFL football game against the Oakland Raiders, Sunday, Dec. 16, 2018, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Gary Landers)

All of Friday's questionables were Gos on Sunday when the Bengals moved Cordy Glenn back to left tackle after missing the last three games with a back issue and Clint Boling moved over to left guard again. Left cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick returned to the lineup after missing last week in Los Angeles with an ankle injury and right end Michael Johnson recovered from last week's concussion to continue his streak of not missing a game this season in lining up for his 139th Bengals game, third among defensive ends in club history behind Eddie Edwards and Robert Geathers.

Back-up cornerback Tony McRae, still tied for second place in special teams tackles with six despite who missing the last two games with a concussion, was back and that put rookie cornerback Davontae Harris on the inactive list after he made his NFL debut last week. Back-up cornerback KeiVarae Russell, who played well last week, was also inactive after apparently injuring his finger in Wednesday's practice.

Wide receiver Josh Malone, who suffered a hamstring injury weeks ago, couldn't get active for the sixth straight game. Tackle Cedric Ogbuehi continued to the end of his Bengals career with another deactivation. Linebacker Vontaze Burfict missed his second straight game with a concussion while rookie tight end Jordan Franks and pass rusher Kasim Edebali were also inactive.

The Raiders put down their two starting guards, Gabe Jackson and Kelechi Osemele.