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Bengals Re-Sign Tee Higgins


The Bengals today re-signed WR Tee Higgins to a one-year contract.

Higgins, a fifth-year veteran who was named the team's designated franchise player on Feb. 26, signed the one-year tender for the 2024 season.

"I'm excited to move forward with Tee," said Bengals head coach Zac Taylor. "He's done a great job handling his situation, and we are happy to get him back in the fold so we can start working toward a great 2024 season. The locker room will be excited to have him back around."

A second-round draft pick of the Bengals in 2020, Higgins has played in 58 career regular-season games with 53 starts. He has caught 257 passes for 3684 yards and 24 TDs, including back-to-back 1000-yard seasons in 2021 and '22. His receptions total ranks as the fourth-most by a Bengals player within their first four career seasons, while his receiving yardage ranks sixth and his receiving TDs are tied for sixth.

Higgins also has played in seven postseason contests (six starts) for Cincinnati, helping the team to advance to Super Bowl LVI following the 2021 season and to the AFC Championship Game following the '22 campaign. He ranks second in Bengals postseason history both in receptions (31) and receiving yards (457).

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