The Bengals expect LT Andrew Whitworth (concussion) to be cleared for Sunday's game in London against the Redskins.
Bengals LT Andrew Whitworth is in the concussion protocol.
Bengals LT Andrew Whitworth said he would be willing to play guard again if it is necessary.
New Bengals OC Ken Zampese confirmed Andrew Whitworth will stay at left tackle in 2016.
Bengals signed LT Andrew Whitworth to a one-year, $9 million extension through 2016.
Bengals.com's Geoff Hobson said it is unlikely the Bengals trade any of their offensive tackles.
A tweet from Bengals LT Andrew Whitworth's Twitter account on Wednesday stated that owner Mike Brown has informed Whitworth that he will not be re-signed after the 2015 season.
Bengals LT Andrew Whitworth is frustrated about his contract status, and believes the team hasn't been straight with him about his future.
Bengals OL Andrew Whitworth will return to left tackle in 2014.
Bengals LT Andrew Whitworth would "prefer to play left tackle."
The Bengals may explore moving LT Andrew Whitworth to left guard permanently under new OC Hue Jackson.
Bengals LT Andrew Whitworth suffered a concussion in Wednesday's practice, and is uncertain for Week 16.
Bengals LT Andrew Whitworth (knee) is active for Monday night's Week 2 game against the Steelers.
Bengals LT Andrew Whitworth (knee) is officially questionable for Week 2.