A.J. Green will be 'fine' after injury scare, Lewis says


A.J. Green gave a lot of people at Cincinnati Bengals training camp a big scare Thursday. We'll find out if the team has real reason to be concerned.

Coach Marvin Lewis didn't seem worried, though, after Green awkwardly fell at practice.

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"I think he's fine," Lewis said, per The Associated Press. "They went inside just so they can take a look, but I think he's fine. ... He just twisted himself, one of A.J.'s contortions."

Green was on the ground for a few minutes being attended to by trainers, who looked at his left knee. Green eventually was able to walk off the field; he didn't require a cart. The injury occurred when Green and Terence Newman got entangled while going after an Andy Dalton deep ball.

We normally don't pass along every training-camp injury, but this is A.J. Green. Few non-quarterbacks mean more to their organization. We'll let you know what the doctors find out after checking out Green.

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