In a Q&A on Bengals.com, director of personnel Duke Tobin indicated Tyler Eifert (ankle surgery) is likely to miss regular season games.
ESPN Bengals reporter Coley Harvey does not expect Tyler Eifert (ankle surgery) to be ready for Week 1.
Former NFL head team physician David Chao reports Tyler Eifert's ankle surgery requires 3-4 months recovery.
A source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that Tyler Eifert "could miss the first couple of games of the season" following Wednesday's ankle surgery.
ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms Tyler Eifert (ankle surgery) is "in jeopardy" for Week 1.
The Cincinnati Enquirer's Jim Owczarski reports Tyler Eifert is expected to miss three months following a "minimal procedure" on his ankle.
The Bengals "have made it clear" they plan to extend TE Tyler Eifert.
Bengals exercised the fifth-year option of TE Tyler Eifert.
Tyler Eifert has been diagnosed with "just a sprained ankle."
Tyler Eifert suffered a foot injury in Sunday night's Pro Bowl game.
Tyler Eifert caught 5-of-9 targets for 58 yards in the Bengals' Wild Card loss to the Steelers.
Tyler Eifert caught 4-of-4 targets for 51 yards and one touchdown in the Bengals' Week 17 win over the Ravens.
Tyler Eifert (concussion) is listed as probable for Week 17.
Tyler Eifert (concussion) took part in a "full-scale workout" on Thursday.