CINCINNATI — Bengals large receiver Tyler Boyd was declared out of the second half of their sport in opposition to the Raiders on Sunday with a knee injury.
It is unclear at what level of the sport Boyd bought harm, though he went to the sideline towards the tip of the second half and was being checked out by athletic trainers. He was formally declared out when play resumed after halftime.
If Boyd misses time or goes on injured reserve, he’ll be the newest in a protracted record of Bengals gamers to go down for the season. Quarterback Andy Dalton, large receiver A.J. Inexperienced, tight finish Tyler Eifert and tight finish Tyler Kroft are only a few of the quite a few gamers on IR for Cincinnati this 12 months.
On the time of his injury, Boyd had simply crossed the 1,000-yard receiving mark for the season and had seven receiving touchdowns after scoring in opposition to the Raiders. His landing broke a three-way tie with John Ross and Inexperienced for the crew lead.