Pay per head: Bengals' A.j. Green out Sunday.

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Bengals beneficiary A.j. Green won't play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, sources told ESPN's Bob Holtzman on Friday.

That news came as Green - who left work on amid warm-ups on Wednesday in the wake of bothering a damage to his right enormous toe - had his right foot in a mobile boot amid Friday morning's walkthrough.

In the event that Bengals wideout A.j. Green is to miss a lot of time, it will leave quarterback Andy Dalton without his most loved target. Green positions fifth in the class for most astounding target rate among Wrs from 2011-14:PAY PER HEAD

Player pct.

Percy Harvin 37%

Brandon Marshall 33%

Andre Johnson 33%

Michael Crabtree 32%

A.j. Green 31%

Green was formally recorded as sketchy on the Bengals damage report that was discharged Friday evening, alongside collector Marvin Jones.

On Thursday morning, amid his week by week meeting with Siriusxm Radio, mentor Marvin Lewis told host Ross Tucker that Green's harm was somewhat more than turf toe. Three weeks back, Green told columnists in Cincinnati that the issue was something like turf toe, yet not as terrible. He played in that Week 3 amusement against the Titans in the wake of playing only six plays the prior week.

Lewis isn't yet certain whether the harm could influence Green past this current week's diversion.

Green's damage goes once more to the Bengals' season opener, when the Pro Bowl wideout harmed his toe amid the first quarter of Cincinnati's 23-16 win over Baltimore. Green kept on playing through the torment, however, and wound up getting a 77-yard go-ahead touchdown in the final quarter.

In the wake of evacuating himself six plays into the Week 2 amusement against the Atlanta Falcons, Green didn't have any issue with the harm until Wednesday evening. Just after the Bengals finished up their extending and plyometrics, Green took his right fitting off and pummeled it and his protective cap to the ground in clear disappointment. In the wake of visiting quickly with Lewis, Green got onto a haul and was headed out the practice fields by a coach and over the road to Paul Brown Stadium for perception.

Green had further assessment by a territory foot authority Thursday.

Jones hasn't honed since last Monday, when he changed a lower leg two practices in the wake of coming back from a broken foot. He and Green were spectators Friday morning as whatever is left of the Bengals honed.

With both occupied this week, the Bengals will be compelled to turn to different recipients Sunday.

Green has 17 gatherings - tied for the foreman with Sanu - for 314 yards this season.