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Tagged: Tee Higgins (25 Results)

Factoid: Busy wide receivers

We ran an item recently highlighting the underutilized wide receivers in Kansas City. The other three teams playing today skew the other way, with their 6 main wideouts among the busiest players in the league at the position.   more »

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Jan
13

Bengals WR Higgins returns to practice

After conflicting reports earlier in the week about Cincinnati wide receiver TEE HIGGINS dealing with a hip injury or merely an illness, or possibly both, the Bengals wideout eased concerns whenMore he returned to a full practice session on Thursday. It looks like Higgins has recovered from whatever ailed him and should be good to go for Sunday night’s playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jan
12

Bengals WR Higgins misses Wednesday practice

Cincinnati wide receiver TEE HIGGINS missed Wednesday’s practice as the team prepares for Sunday’s Wildcard Round playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens. It was reported earlier in the week that HigginsMore apparently suffered a hip injury in last week’s game against Baltimore, but head coach Zac Taylor said on Wednesday that Higgins was just sick. His status in the days ahead will be worth monitoring. Less

Source: Team Blog

Dec
18

Bengals wideouts expected to play vs. Bucs

Cincinnati Bengals wide receivers TYLER BOYD (finger) and TEE HIGGINS (hamstring) are both expected to play in today’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as reported by the NFL Network. BothMore Boyd and Higgins entered the weekend with questionable designations after being limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday and participating in full on Friday. Higgins left Cincinnati’s Week #14 game after one snap due to his hamstring, while Boyd lasted just two plays before a sustaining a painful dislocated finger. Less

Source: Various

Dec
13

Bengals wideouts banged up, status uncertain for Week #15

Cincinnati Bengals wide receivers TEE HIGGINS and TYLER BOYD are viewed as “day-to-day” with their respective injuries as the team’s Week #15 game against Tampa Bay approaches. Higgins is nursing aMore hamstring injury that he reaggravated in warmups ahead of the Bengals game on Sunday against Cleveland. Head coach Zac Taylor decided to sit Higgins against the Browns. Meanwhile, Boyd dislocated a finger on the second play of the game against Cleveland and did not return. Taylor said the injury is painful, adding that the team would monitor Boyd’s progress throughout the week. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

Around the NFL: JaMarr Chase

Reports suggest JaMarr Chase has a hip injury that will sideline him for several weeks. That makes the team’s other pass catchers – Tee Higgins, Tyler Boyd and Hayden Hurst– look more interesting. A lot more interesting.   more »

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Sep
15

Bengals WR Higgins making progress in concussion protocol

The Cincinnati Bengals are optimistic that wide receiver TEE HIGGINS is on the right track after suffering a concussion in Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Higgins was doing light workMore in practice on Wednesday as the Bengals prepare to play the Dallas Cowboys this weekend. Head coach Zac Taylor said that Higgins is “making good progress through the protocol”. Less

Source: Team Blog

Sep
13

Bengals WR Higgins in concussion protocol

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver TEE HIGGINS suffered a concussion in Sunday’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steeles and he begins the week in the concussion protocol. Higgins reportedly avoided a serious injury,More although he will need to work his way through the protocol this week if he hopes to play in Cincinnati’s next game this weekend against the Dallas Cowboys. Fantasy owners will want to monitor his progress throughout the week. Less

Source: Team Blog

Sep
12

Bengals WR Higgins suffers concussion in season opener

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver TEE HIGGINS suffered a concussion on a second quarter hit in Sunday’s season opening loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Higgins had just two receptions in the gameMore before leaving early. Fantasy owners will want to monitor his progress leading up to next Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

Podcast: August 9 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Scott Pianowski of Yahoo Sports joins the podcast for a long look at the fantasy draft landscape in 2022 (part 1 of 2). Sponsored by Extra Point Press.  more »

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Apr
27

Bengals WR Higgins to miss OTAs due to offseason surgery

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver TEE HIGGINS is not expected to take part in OTAs while recovering from offseason shoulder surgery. Higgins had surgery to repair a torn labrum in his leftMore shoulder back in March. While it’s unfortunate that he will miss time, Higgins does not appear to be in danger of missing regular-season games. Labrum repairs typically take around 4-6 months to heal from. Less

Source: Team Blog

Around the NFL: Tee Higgins

Story that Bengals wideout Tee Higgins is coming off a labrum surgery. Good news is that he's expected to be healthy before training camp. Something to keep an eye on, though, making sure he's ready for his role as one of the league's very best No. 2s.   more »

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Dec
27

Burrow sets franchise record vs. Ravens

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback JOE BURROW set a franchise record against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, throwing for 525 yards. The total is also the fourth-most in a game in NFL history.More And because Burrow knows that touchdowns are important in our game, he threw for 4 of them against the Ravens. Wide receivers TEE HIGGINS and JA’MARR CHASE had nice fantasy games as well, with both benefitting from Burrow’s record performance. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

Dec
10

Bengals QB Burrow, WR Higgins return to practice, RB Mixon still out

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback JOE BURROW returned to practice on Thursday as he works his way through a finger issue. Wide receiver TEE HIGGINS joined Burrow on the practice field as heMore recovers from an ankle issue. Starting running back JOE MIXON, meanwhile, remained out of action due to an illness. If Mixon returns to practice today, it would be a good indication that he is trending in the right direction for Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Podcast: October 29 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 8 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by Fantasy Index Weekly.  more »

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