Green suffered a hyperextended right knee on his only catch in last week's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers -- a 36-yard touchdown reception -- and sat out the second half.
Green told the Bengals' official website an MRI exam revealed only a bone bruise in the knee. The test also revealed no ligament damage, according to The Cincinnati Enquirer.
âI feel pretty good. Itâs just a little stiff and Iâm taking it day by day and resting it. Weâll see how it goes through the whole week," Green said, according to The Enquirer.
The Bengals seemed to have dodged a bullet that Green didn't suffer ligament damage. His absence would be a huge blow to the Bengals, as he leads the team -- and all NFL rookies -- in receptions (41), receiving yards (635) and receiving touchdowns (six).
The Bengals also held out cornerback Nate Clements (knee), safety Chris Crocker (knee), defensive end Jonathan Fanene (illness), cornerback Adam Jones (groin), tight end Donald Lee (foot), running back Brian Leonard (knee), defensive end Frostee Rucker (knee) and safety Gibril Wilson (ankle) from practice Wednesday.