Lamur out; Winston starts at RT
December 23, 2014 12:13 AM | Geoff Hobson
SAM linebacker Emmanuel Lamur's hamstring injury didn't bounce back in time for him to be ready for Monday night's game at Paul Brown Stadium as sixth-rounder Marquis Flowers earned his first NFL start in his place against the Broncos.

As expected, Eric Winston, with the Bengals all of three weeks, got his first Cincinnati start at right tackle and 120th of his career. That put Clint Boling back at left guard. With defensive end Margus Hunt healthy enough for his first game since Nov. 16, the Bengals sat defensive tackle Devon Still for the first time in five games.

With wide receiver James Wright (knee) inactive for the third straight game and Greg Little inactive through a coach's decision, Dane Sanzenbacher got the nod at receiver for the first time in a couple of weeks. Also inactive were quarterback A.J. McCarron, cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris, and offensive lineman Tanner Hawkinson.

Even though Flowers gets the start, look for Lamur's snaps to be shared with safety Taylor Mays involved in the mix.

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