Tee Higgins, a wide receiver with the Cincinnati Bengals, was forced to leave the Steelers game early due to a concussion. But how did he appear going into Week 2?

Higgins is "making good progress" in the NFL concussion protocol, according to Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, who made the announcement in a media conference on Wednesday.

While he refrained from saying if he will play in Week 2, he was happy with Higgins development.

Higgins had two receptions for 27 yards prior to becoming hurt. In that game, he took 26 offensive snaps.

The potential impact of losing Tee Higgins on the Cincinnati Bengals cannot be overstated.

Higgins and Ja'Marr Chase last season were one of the NFL's top receiving groups.

As the Bengals advanced to the Super Bowl by winning their first postseason games in decades, both had over 1,000 receiving yards.

The Bengals' offence heavily relies on Higgins. He may not be as important to their offence as Chase, but they will still miss him.

Wide receiver Tamaurice William "Tee" Higgins plays for the National Football League's Cincinnati Bengals in American football.

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