Carson Palmer expected to start
CINCINNATI -- Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer was limited in practice Friday by a sore passing shoulder, but is expected to start against the Colts.
Palmer hurt the shoulder on a sack during a loss to Pittsburgh on Monday night. He sat out practice on Wednesday and Thursday, then returned on a limited basis Friday. He was listed as probable for the game Sunday in Indianapolis.
Receiver Chad Ochocinco went through a full practice and also was listed as probable despite a sore ankle. Cornerback Morgan Trent was listed as questionable with a sore knee, another blow to the Bengals' depleted secondary.
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