Ja’Marr Chase and Bengals injury report updates from Thursday

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The Cincinnati Bengals' first injury report of the week featured Ja'Marr Chase as the headline after being restricted.
Thursday's injury report did the same as the team saw few minor shifts from Wednesday's report.
The Bengals have issued the following players with these designations:
WR Ja'Marr Chase (Limited)
LB Joe Bachie (Limited)
DL Josh Tupou (Limited)
RB Chris Evans (full)
S Dax Hill (Full)
DL DJ Reader (Full Version)
OT La'el Collins (Limited)
DE Trey Hendrickson (full)
RB Joe Mixon (DNP)
DT Jay Tufele (DNP)
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Things continue to look positive for a number of players as the team plays the Titans over the weekend. Joe Burrow said he was expecting Chase back. And Dax Hill and Chris Evans - guys who missed last week - look like they could be back to bolster defense and offense, respectively.
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