Bengals list two players out, Brandon Wilson questionable vs. Steelers

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The Cincinnati Bengals made a point to announce early that Ryan Finley — not Brandon Allen — would start at quarterback Monday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

True to their word, Allen is one of two players listed as out on the team’s final injury report ahead of Monday Night Football:

At this point, Wilson is the most notable there because his work on returns is usually a bigger spark and chance at points than the offense itself. He practiced in full Saturday, so barring a last-second hiccup, he should be good to go.

Keep in mind earlier this week the Bengals tossed Geno Atkins on injured reserve and a report went live suggesting he’s going to leave the team this offseason.

As for the Steelers, guard Kevin Dotson is out and running back James Conner is questionable.

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