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Zac Taylor: Tee Higgins is making good progress through the concussion protocol

Peter King explains why he's concerned about the Cincinnati Bengals following their Week 1 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, and Myles Simmons tries to make sense of the Los Angeles Rams' loss to the Buffalo Bills.

Bengals receiver Tee Higgins had to exit the team’s Week One loss to the Steelers with a concussion.

But there’s a chance Higgins could be back on the field this week.

“He’s making good progress through the protocol,” head coach Zac Taylor said in his Wednesday press conference. “I can’t 100 percent predict [if he’s going to play] today, I just know he’s cleared the hurdles so far that he needs to clear.”

Taylor added Higgins will “do some limited stuff” in practice.

“He won’t be in the team action, but he’ll be in the routes-on-air and the group install stuff,” Taylor said.

Higgins caught a pair of passes for 27 yards before exiting Sunday’s game.

The Bengals will travel to Dallas to face the Cowboys for Week Two.