2012 AFC Wild Card, Cincinnati Bengals Injury Report: Andy Dalton Misses Practice With Flu, Puts Undefeated Mark In Reliant Stadium To The Test

Cincinnati Bengals rookie quarterback Andy Dalton was held out of practice on Wednesday with an intestinal virus (i.e. flu), as Bruce Gradkowski took the snaps with the first team offense dealing with frigid conditions during their workout at Paul Brown Stadium.

Coach Marvin Lewis said that Dalton is expected to practice on Thursday before the Bengals make the trip to Reliant Stadium to face off versus the Houston Texans on Saturday. Dalton has never lost in Reliant Stadium, as his past high school history had him compete in games in Reliant as a quarterback from Katy HS in Katy, Texas.

Here is the full injury report for the Bengals on Wednesday:

Did Not Participate in Practice

OT Anthony Collins (NIR)
QB Andy Dalton (Illness)
S Taylor Mays (Hamstring)
LB Dontay Moch (Illness)
DE Frostee Rucker (Shoulder)

Limited Participation in Practice

HB Cedric Benson (Foot)
C Kyle Cook (Foot)
S Chris Crocker (Knee)

For all news and information regarding the Houston Texans, please visit Battle Red Blog. For updates and conversation on the Cincinnati Bengals, head on over to Cincy Jungle.

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