Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon will undergo a procedure to remove a small particle in his knee that was dislodged Thursday night, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The procedure, which will take place Saturday, is expected to sideline Mixon for two weeks, the source said. The Bengals play the Carolina Panthers on Sept. 23 and the Atlanta Falcons on Sept. 30. Mixon, who was limping in the locker room after the Bengals' 34-23 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night, rushed for 84 yards on 21 carries. He admitted that his knee hurt and described the injury as "some weird tweak." Mixon shuffled in and out of the game because of the injury. "It felt weird. My knee was hurting," he said after the game. "Other than that, it's just the mental side of it. You always want to play at 100 percent, but when something is bothering you, it's hard mentally. I just had to check back in mentally and physically...



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