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Lamur (shoulder) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Ravens, ESPN's Coley Harvey reports.

Lamur should be a go on Sunday and when healthy, he's been a decent source of tackles for the Bengals. To date, the linebacker has recorded 37 stops and a pick in five games.

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Lamur (shoulder) practiced fully Thursday, the Bengals' official site reports.

We'll revisit Lamur's status Friday, but his potential return to action Sunday would be a welcome development for a Bengals linebacker corps that will be without Rey Maualuga this weekend.

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Lamur (shoulder) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Richard Skinner of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

With Rey Maualuga expected to be out for a couple weeks, Lamur's return will be key for the Bengals' linebacking depth. If he continues to participate in practice, he should hopefully see snaps in Cincinnati's key game against the Ravens.

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Lamur (shoulder) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Colts.�

As is Rey Maualuga, with the likes of Jayson DiManche (starting in place of Lamur), Vincent Rey, and Marquis Flowers in line to absorb the duo's Week 7 linebacking duties.

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Lamur (shoulder) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Colts, ESPN's Coley Harvey reports.

With Lamur almost certainly unavailable and Rey Maualuga out, the Bengals' linebacking depth will be taxed for Week 7's contest at Indianapolis, and possibly beyond.

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Lamur (shoulder) did not participate in Wednesday's practice, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

The report suggests that it's doubtful that Lamur will be able to play Sunday against the Colts, though the linebacker hasn't been ruled out for the contest thus far.

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Lamur (shoulder) was seen after the Panthers game Sunday with several ice packs on his left shoulder and could possibly miss next week's game at the Colts, Coley Harvey of ESPN reports.

Harvey speculates that Lamur's injury could be the worst with respect to the linebacker being able to play next week in Indianapolis. The injury has already cost the Bengals, as they were forced to take a timeout late against Carolina due to the pain Lamur was in.

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Lamur tallied 11 tackles (five solo) and an interception in the Bengals' Week 1 victory over the Ravens.

Lamur missed all of last season with a shoulder injury, but he put up some very useful fantasy numbers in his first game in two years. His Week 1 performance should keep him locked in as the Bengals' starting strong-side linebacker.

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Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official website reports teammates and coaches have "just been raving about" SLB Emmanuel Lamur this spring.

Lamur suffered a shoulder injury in the preseason finale last year and missed the entire season. Now healthy and bigger (6-foot-4, 243), Lamur is expected to take over on the strong side and play all three downs with WLB Vontaze Burfict. Hobson predicts a monster season and calls Lamur the Carlos Dunlap of the linebackers as a player capable of making "athletic, game-busting plays."

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Emmanuel Lamur is expected to be the Bengals' starting strong-side linebacker.

Lamur missed all of last season with a shoulder injury and will be a big addition to the 2014 defense. At 6-foot-4 and 240 pounds, he's an athletic freak who can cover tight ends. New DC Paul Guenther loves Lamur, who is also a core special teams player. He and Vontaze Burfict could play every down, while MLB Rey Maualuga is in on early downs. Vincent Rey will back up at all three spots.