Gregg Williams opened his first press conference of the week by saying the Browns were as healthy as they've been since training camp.
He wasn't kidding.
The Browns are heading into Sunday's matchup with the Bengals as close to full strength as they've been since the beginning of the season. Yes, the Browns have lost some key players to season-ending injuries, but when it comes to the current active roster, they're likely to have everyone available for a pivotal division showdown.
Center JC Tretter, who has battled through a high ankle sprain since Week 6, is listed as questionable. He's carried that distinction into the past four games but hasn't missed a snap. Tretter did not practice Wednesday or Thursday but was a limited participant Friday.
"He is practicing in every week," Williams said Wednesday. "He gets game-type speed stuff during the week. He is one of those guys, if you have a chance to take a look at him in the meetings or take a look at him on the field, you would think that he has taken every snap [in practice]. He is actively engaged in everything."
Tight end David Njoku, who was a limited participant in practice throughout the week, is also questionable with a knee injury.
The Bengals, meanwhile, are dealing with a slew of injuries. The Bengals placed defensive linemen Josh Tupou and Adolphus Washington this week and listed star wide receiver A.J. Green as questionable. Green has missed the past two games with a toe injury.