Updated: 3:45 p.m.
After missing practice Thursday, wide receiver Chad Ochocinco (ankle) was bouncing around practice Friday morning at Paul Brown Stadium and has been deemed probable for Sunday's 1 p.m. game here against the Browns. But cornerback Jonathan Wade (knee) missed his third straight practice and is doubtful to play. And wide receiver Terrell Owens (knee), who missed one practice this week and was limited in another, didn't practice Friday and was listed as questionable.
After practice head coach Marvin Lewis said he expected both The Ocho and Owens to play. Cornerback Johnathan Joseph (ankle) was limited for the third straight day but was probable.
» For the Browns, starting linebacker Scott Fujita and backup tight end Evan Moore are doubtful after not practicing all week, nose tackle Shaun Rogers is questionable after being limited and quarterback Colt McCoy (ankle) is probable when he practiced full all week after missing the last three games.
» As the Bengals worked on the game field, about 200 temporary workers shoveled snow off the seats as the mid-morning flurries stopped. The National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio, is calling for no snow Sunday and projecting partly sunny skies with temperatures in the mid-20s and a light wind out of the west at five miles per hour.
» The Bengals try to break .500 against rookie quarterbacks under Lewis. Their last win of the season came against Jimmy Clausen in Carolina on Sept. 26, making their record 7-7 against rookies. McCoy is 2-3.
» STATS is always coming up with something and for the last 15 seasons they have used the New York Life Protection Index to compute pass protection by taking into account the length of a team's pass attempts combined with penalties by offensive linemen, sacks allowed and quarterback hurries and knockdowns.
The Bengals are currently 11th at 68.0. The Colts lead at 90.6 and the Browns are 21st at 57.9. Cincy is ranked 10th in the NFL stats in sacks per pass.