The star wideout has been nursing a toe injury and missed the past three games. He told NFL Media's Stacey Dales after last week's win over the Baltimore Ravens he felt 80 percent and would play Week 9.
Participating in his third straight practice to end the week certainly indicates he should have a good chance to return, barring a setback.
"If everything stays the way it is, he'll play," Lewis said.
Facing a Jags defense that has allowed 24 completions of 20-plus air yards, it could be a great return for the wideout. Playing the 1-7 Jags is also a reason some expected the Bengals to hold out their star another week and perhaps get him back to 100 percent.
However, as he's indicated the past fortnight, Green is itching to get back on the field.
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"The rest will be good for him," Lewis said.
- Texans coach Bill O'Brien said "It doesn't look very good" for No. 1 overall pick Jadeveon Clowney to play Week 9. O'Brien called his rookie a game-time decision and is questionable due to an undisclosed illness and knee injury. Clowney played in his second game of the year last week after tearing his meniscus in his debut.
- The Philadelphia Eagles had a handful of key players fully practice on Friday in Darren Sproles, Jason Kelce, Todd Herremans, Mychal Kendricks and Brandon Boykin. The first three are all probable for Sunday, additions that should fortify the team's running attack. Safety Nate Allen is questionable, as he's dealing with a bum hamstring.
- Redskins coach Jay Gruden announced Friday that cornerback DeAngelo Hallre-tore his Achilles at home Thursday night while getting pizza in his kitchen, requiring him to undergo surgery. Fellow CB Bashaud Breeland tweaked his knee at the end of the day's practice, earning a questionable tag for Week 9.
- A trio of Colts -- defensive tackle Arthur Jones (ankle), and linebackers Josh McNary (ankle) and Erik Walden (quad) -- missed practice in Indianapolis. Meanwhile, wide receiver Reggie Wayne (elbow), linebacker D'Qwell Jackson (toe) and running back Ahmad Bradshaw (rest) joined cornerback Vontae Davis (knee) and fully participated.