Bengals' Hall not worried about hamstring

CINCINNATI -- Just when the Cincinnati Bengals took about all the blows they could stand at cornerback, they had another come their way late in Sunday's 34-30 win over the Green Bay Packers.

Leon Hall, a seventh-year veteran, went down late in the game with a hamstring injury. He doesn't believe it will cause him to miss any game action. He's expecting to play next week when Cincinnati travels to Cleveland.

"It's a little something, but it shouldn't be too bad," Hall said.

The injury appeared to come on the same fourth-and-1 Bengals stop that led to Terence Newman's fumble recovery for a touchdown that proved to be the game-winning score. Hall wasn't on the field on the subsequent Packers' possession that ended on a tipped pass. Defensive end Michael Johnson's batted ball with 1:21 remaining effectively ended the game ahead of a series of Cincinnati kneels.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said Hall had a "hamstring pull." His training staff will evaluate the injury this week.

"We'll see," Lewis said.

The Bengals could ill-afford to be without Hall. Last week against Pittsburgh, they lost corner Dre Kirkpatrick to a hamstring injury. Adam Jones also missed practice time last week overcoming an abdominal issue. He ended up playing Sunday.

Fellow cornerback Brandon Ghee has been out since the preseason, still recovering from a concussion. In an effort to shore up depth at the position, the Bengals signed Curtis Marsh last week.