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Updated: 6-3-07, 11:10 a.m.



Starting cornerback Johnathan Joseph, who may have suffered a left foot injury after tangling with wide receiver Chad Johnson in a one-on-one drill Saturday, wasn't at practice Sunday morning. After he went down, he was able to get up using the left foot.

Among those sitting out Sunday resting or treating various ailments were fullback Jeremi Johnson, right tackle Willie Anderson, and wide receiver Bennie Brazell. Ethan Kilmer, another cornerback, didn't work Sunday after leaving the Saturday morning workout with a tight quad muscle and not practicing Saturday afternoon.


The Bengals' second practice Saturday didn't go quite as planned.

A lightning storm drove them off the field and delayed practice for nearly an hour before they opted to finish the workout on the field in Paul Brown Stadium.


After a bout with a stomach virus, running back Rudi Johnson returned to the field Saturday morning for the Bengals' third minicamp session.


Backfield mate Jeremi Johnson remained on the side with a sore hamstring and worked with assistant strength coach Ray Oliver.


With Levi Jones rehabbing his knee and Andrew Whitworth in Baton Rouge with the six-player Bengals contingent for the funeral of LSU teammate Marquise Hill, Scott Kooistra took snaps at left tackle.


Wide receiver Antonio Chatman returned to practice Saturday morning after leaving Friday afternoon's practice with dehydration.


Tight end Reggie Kelly, still battling a virus, has yet to practice this weekend.

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