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.