Joe Burrow, Tee Higgins on practice report as full participants

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Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was off the practice report last week. He was back on it today.

But Burrow also was a full participant with his knee injury. He was a full participant during the week leading up to the wild-card victory over the Raiders. Burrow also was on the practice report with the knee issue in Weeks 2, 14 and 18.

He also was listed with throat and finger injuries this season.

Burrow, though, played every game except the meaningless Week 18 game.

Receiver Tee Higgins (thumb) showed up on the practice report, too, but he also was a full participant Wednesday.

Rookie defensive end Cam Sample (groin) was the only player who missed practice.

Defensive tackle Josh Tupou (knee) and receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. (hamstring) were limited.

8 responses to “Joe Burrow, Tee Higgins on practice report as full participants

  1. I remember when my fellow eagles fans told me Higgins couldn’t play in the NFL. He was to slow. Reagor was the better pick because he had speed….

  2. Its a very long season for rookies and 2nd year guys. But mostly for the Bengals. Only two or three on their roster have been to the playoffs. I would not bet against them.

  3. Tee Higgins should have been a Green Bay Packer but they draft the QB Love in the first round instead. Would have been nice to have Tee’s skill set 2 years later in the divisional round last week but at least Love was keeping the bench warm for his teammates. Was awfully chilly out there. I mean c’mon…Mercedes Lewis? Why would they think that is good enough for an MVP caliber QB? There is NOTHING of substantial substance beyond Devonte Adams.

  4. the Chiefs get a 2 score lead, many will lose interest!

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    Well that would be silly since last time these teams played the Chiefs had a twp score lead twice and still lost.

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