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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Leads team in tackles

    Wilson logged 135 total tackles, including five tackles for loss, while also forcing two fumbles and intercepting four passes in 17 games with the Bengals during the 2023 regular season. Wilson had the most productive season of his career in 2023, posting his third consecutive season with 100-plus stops and beating his previous best's in total tackles, forced fumbles and pass deflections. The fourth-year pro inked an extension before the year that will keep him in Cincinnati through the 2027 season. Wilson has statistically improved every year since entering the NFL and he'll look to make his first Pro Bowl or All-Pro team in 2024.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Productive in defeat

    Wilson finished with 11 tackles (three solo), including a tackle for a loss, and a pass defensed in the Bengals' 34-11 loss to the Steelers on Saturday. The linebacker also played on 100 percent of the defensive snaps for the 12th time in 15 games. Wilson has 125 tackles, eight passes defensed, three interceptions and three forced fumbles in 2023.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Ankle injury is minor

    Wilson (ankle) was a full participant at practice Thursday, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic reports. His status for the Bengals' first practice of the new week suggests that the ankle issue he picked up during Sunday's loss versus the Steelers won't cause him to miss any more game action. He's on pace for the best season of his career and projects as a very good IDP option for Week 13 when Cincinnati travels to take on Jacksonville.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Big night in win

    Wilson played all 55 defensive snaps and finished with four tackles and two sacks in the Bengals' 19-16 victory over the Rams on Monday. The linebacker also contributed to a defensive effort in which the Bengals forced the Rams to punt six times. Wilson recorded 18 tackles over Cincinnati's first two games.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Solid in opener

    Wilson recorded eight tackles in Sunday's 24-3 loss at the Browns. Wilson had a solid day in his first game after signing a four-year $37.25 million extension back in August. He's well on pace to record his third consecutive 100-tackle season and should have plenty more opportunities in a Week 2 matchup against the Ravens.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Seventeen tackles in win

    Wilson logged 17 tackles in Sunday's win over the Browns. He got credited with half a sack on one of those tackles. In some weeks, the Bengals' tackles have been funneled to Germaine Pratt or Cam Taylor-Britt, but in Week 14 Wilson got the lion's share. He's been a consistent source all season, netting seven or more tackles in all but three of the games that he's played.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Seven tackles in win

    Wilson recorded seven tackles (four solo) and a tackle for loss Sunday during the 27-24 win against the Chiefs. Wilson turned in another solid performance despite being questionable heading into the game with an illness. The 25-year-old linebacker has now recorded at least seven tackles over the past three weeks while playing 100 percent of the team's snaps over that span. Wilson will look to maintain this level of play versus the Browns next week.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Active versus Kansas City

    Wilson (illness) will be active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. Wilson was deemed questionable to play after missing practice Friday with an illness. However, the starting linebacker was still expected to play according to Bengals coach Zac Taylor, and he should play an important role in defending the middle of the field against Kansas City's high-powered passing offense.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Collects game-high nine stops

    Wilson recorded nine tackles (five solo) and one pass defensed during Sunday's 20-16 win over the Titans. Wilson was one of four Cincinnati defenders to play every defensive snap in the Week 12 matchup versus Tennessee, and he ultimately benefitted by posting a game-high nine tackles. The 26-year-old will look to retain his every-down role this weekend in the AFC Championship Game rematch against the Chiefs.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Logs full practice

    Wilson (shoulder) was a full participant in practice Thursday, Andrew Gillis of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Wilson missed Sunday's win over the Falcons due to the injury, but it appears he should be ready to go Monday against the Browns. The return of the third-year linebacker would definitely be a boost to the Bengals' defense, especially against league-leading rusher Nick Chubb.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Could return Monday night

    Bengals' coach Zac Taylor is confident that Wilson (shoulder) could return Monday night against the Browns, Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com reports. The Bengals' first practice won't be until Thursday, with them playing at Cleveland on Monday night. Given Wilson's previous shoulder issues, the team will have to be vigilant about any sort of setback.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Officially out for Week 7

    Wilson (shoulder) has been ruled out for Week 7 against the Falcons, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Wilson will miss his first contest of the season after suffering a shoulder injury in Week 6 versus the Saints. The linebacker was initially considered week-to-week, and head coach Zack Taylor said Friday that the team will "protect him from himself" in Week 7. His status is worth monitoring moving forward as he could potentially return for Monday Night Football in Week 8 against the Browns. In Wilson's absence Sunday, Clay Johnston will likely see an uptick in usage on Cincinnati's defensive unit.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Called week-to-week

    Coach Zac Taylor said Wednesday's he's "hopeful it's week-to-week" for Wilson (shoulder), Kelsey Conway of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Wilson was forced out of Sunday's win due to a shoulder injury, and it looks like he could potentially miss time. It remains to be seen whether the Bengals will consider placing Wilson on IR, which would mandate he misses a minimum of four games, but in any case it's encouraging that the team has cleared Joe Bachie (knee) to resume practicing.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Seven tackles in win

    Wilson made seven tackles (four solo) in Thursday's 27-15 victory over the Dolphins. Wilson once again played every defensive snap Thursday, registering seven tackles. The effort raises his season total to 26 tackles, and he's also intercepted a pass and deflected two others over four games. The linebacker will attempt to keep up his strong play when the Bengals take on the Ravens on Sunday Night Football in Week 5.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Back from injury

    Wilson (shoulder) wasn't on the Bengals' injury report Wednesday. Wilson returned to team practice in a limited fashion in mid-August, but he now appears to be a full go again after undergoing shoulder surgery in February. The 25-year-old recorded 100 tackles and four interceptions over 13 games for Cincinnati last year, and he should slot in alongside fellow starting linebackers Germaine Pratt and Akeem Davis-Gaither during Sunday's Week 1 matchup against Pittsburgh.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Easing into more work

    Wilson (shoulder) did some 11-on-11 work Sunday and will continue to be eased back into practice, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic reports. Wilson's 11-on-11 work was his first team action of training camp, which is definitely a positive sign, but the linebacker still isn't full go yet. The 2020 third-round pick played through the issue during the Bengals' run to the Super Bowl but underwent offseason surgery in February. Wilson still expects to be fully cleared in time for Cincinnati's final preseason game.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Tallies eight tackles

    Wilson had eight tackles (five solo) during Sunday's 34-31 win over the Chiefs. Wilson has now reached the 100-tackle mark for the first time in his young career, while also having racked up one sack, four pass breakups and four interceptions through 13 appearances. Despite coming off a three-game absence streak due to a shoulder injury, Wilson played 100 percent of defensive snaps Week 17.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Likely out Week 17

    Coach Zac Taylor said Monday it's "very doubtful" Wilson (shoulder) plays Sunday against the Chiefs, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports. Wilson has missed the past two games after suffering a dislocated shoulder Week 13, and he's expected to sit out his third straight contest this weekend. Germaine Pratt and Markus Bailey should continue to see most of the reps at linebacker for Cincinnati.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Expected to miss time

    Wilson sustained a dislocated shoulder in Sunday's loss to the Chargers, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Wilson was removed from Sunday's matchup in the first half, and he's expected to miss additional time due to the injury. While the linebacker will undergo an MRI to determine the extent of the issue, Joe Bachie could step into a starting role if Wilson is ultimately sidelined.
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  • Bengals' Logan Wilson: Doubtful to return

    Wilson is doubtful to return after suffering a right shoulder injury in Sunday's game against the Chargers. Wilson suffered the injury on punt coverage after being forced into special teams duty due to an injury that Markus Bailey (shoulder) suffered earlier in the game. His absence will leave the Bengals without a key member of their defense, as Wilson has recorded at least six tackles in all but one game on the campaign.
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