Cincinnati Bengals WR Tee Heyggins will miss offseason trainings after shoulder surgery

Cincinnati BengalsLarge receiver Tee HigginsCoach Zac Taylor stated Monday that he expects to miss offseason training while he recovers after shoulder surgery.

Higgins received the procedure following their trip to the Super Bowl. Higgins was wearing a protective brace across his left shoulder when he made an appearance at the Super Bowl. Cincinnati RedsHome opener. Taylor indicated that Higgins should be back in a few months.

Taylor stated, “Made the decision to fix it.”[I]Don't think he will be participating in the offseason.”

Because of a shoulder problem, Higgins missed the third- and fourth games of regular season. He was able to participate in every game remaining for the AFC champions except the regular-season finale, where Cincinnati rested most of its starters.

The second-round pick of the 2020 NFL Draft is coming off his most successful season as a professional. In 14 games, Higgins had 74 catches and 1,091 yards. He also scored six touchdowns. Higgins was present in all four playoff games. The team lost Super Bowl LVI to the Los Angeles RamsIn the team's 33rd year-old first championship appearance, Higgins had four receptions for 100 yards and two touchdowns.

The Bengals will kick off their offseason workouts May 2nd and host six voluntary, organized team activities. Taylor stated on Friday that Cincinnati will not host a mandatory minicamp.

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