Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd practiced Wednesday for the first time since injuring his right knee in the Oct. 8 win against Buffalo.
Boyd was one of five players listed as limited on the Bengals practice report, which also included five players who did not participate.
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Sitting out were kicker Randy Bullock (back), running back Jeremy Hill (ankle), linebacker Kevin Minter (elbow), safety Shawn Williams (hamstring) and defensive tackle Pat Sims (thigh).
Sims left Sunday’s 23-7 loss at Jacksonville in the first half, while Bullock, Hill and Minter all were inactive.
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The four other players who were limited Wednesday were linebacker Vontaze Burfict (thigh), defensive end Michael Johnson (back), wide receiver Brandon LaFell (hamstring) and defensive end Chris Smith (ankle).