Cincinnati Bengals: 5 players who stood out after 1st padded practice

Leigh Oleszczak
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Tee Higgins, Cincinnati Bengals (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)
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Cincinnati Bengals who stood out after padded practice

1. Tee Higgins

Despite the offense’s lackluster day, Tee Higgins managed to wow at the highest level during drills. Mike Petraglia was kind enough to provide us a video of Higgins’ one-handed grab that had everybody talking.

There wasn’t a ton to get excited about offensively for the Bengals during what was another rough practice on that side of the ball, but in spite of that, Higgins was still No. 1 on this list. The one-handed grab shows the athleticism the former second-round pick possesses and what kind of player he can be for this team.

Charlie Goldsmith said he’s looking forward to seeing if Higgins can be the Bengals’ top red-zone target during the 2021 season. This is definitely a possibility with what Higgins has shown us already in training camp and Joe Burrow will surely be looking Higgins’ way throughout the season.

On a day where offense was lagging, Tee Higgins still made us take notice of what he could do and had everyone in awe. He’s already said that he has big dreams for the 2021 season and after watching him dazzle in practice, fans are buying into that narrative a little more.

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These players stood out for one reason or another after the first day of padded practice. Who else will capture our attention in future training camps?

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