The Bengals may have lost another defensive player for an extended period of time.
According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, Bengals defensive tackle Renell Wren suffered a “significant” quadriceps injury in practice Monday.
He’s getting a second opinion before deciding whether to have surgery, which would probably be season-ending.
Wren, their fourth-round pick last year from Arizona State, played in 11 games last year, with two starts.
They’ve already lost cornerback Trae Waynes for multiple months after he suffered a pectoral injury which required surgery, taking away one of their key offseason additions.