Defensive tackle Geno Atkins has missed the first four games of the season with a shoulder injury, but he’s been practicing for the last couple of weeks and head coach Zac Taylor indicated that he’ll be squaring off with the Ravens this Sunday.

The Bengals have allowed the fifth-most rushing yards in the league, so Atkins will be a welcome addition to the mix against a Ravens team that likes to run the ball.

“He’s done a great job working back into practices,” Taylor said, via Ben Baby of ESPN.com. “Mentally, physically, he’s ready to go. . . . Obviously we’ve had a lot of injuries at that position. He’s been the force in that group here for a long time. It’s good to get his presence back. I know he’s excited about it.”

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