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Update: No change

Updated: 2:55 p.m.

Not much change on the injury front for the Bengals after practice Thursday. Three of the players listed on Wednesday's "Not Participating in Practice" portion of the injury report (Ahmad Brooks declared himself out Wednesday) - linebacker Caleb Miller, running back Rudi Johnson and defensive end Jonathan Fanene - didn't practce Thursday. It's beginning to look like running back Kenny Watson may be getting his second straight start in place of Johnson in Kansas City.

Also not practicing Thursday after being limited Wednesday were defensive end Frostee Rucker (hand) and safety Dexter Jackson (illness).

There also may be some heightened concern about wide receiver Tab Perry's availability any time soon. His injury was switched this week from a hamstring to a hip, indicating he still isn't over the problem that wiped all but two games for him last season.

Also, it didn't appear that Perry was on site Thursday. He had already been ruled out for this week and Antonio Chatman is set to resume his duties as third receiver.

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