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Bengals offense shines during Tuesday’s practice

Joe Burrow connects with C.J. Uzomah for everyone’s favorite play of training camp so far, while Thaddeus Moss continues to make a strong push for the 53-man roster.

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Another day, another Cincinnati Bengals camp practice in the books.

First of all, the injury report was positive for Tuesday. Trayveon Williams got to the rehab field after missing the preseason game due to hamstring tightness, and he worked alongside Khalid Kareem. Ricardo Allen and Eli Apple were both back in practice.

The bad news is that Joseph Ossai is still out. This still doesn’t put him off pace to make the season opener, thankfully.

The offense had a great day on Tuesday. Tee Higgins and Stanley Morgan had great catches in the back of the end zone during position drills.

There was only one hiccup for the offense. Ja’Marr Chase’s rookie struggles flared up, or Chidobe Awuzie’s great camp continued, depending on which perspective you choose to take. Awuzie got a PBU against Chase, for which Chase did push-ups in penance.

Thaddeus Moss is separating from the pack as he looks to join the rest of the LSU squad on the 53-man roster.

Isaiah Prince, who will be competing for a roster spot on the Bengals’ new-and-improved offensive line, had a great day against one of the stars from the game against the Buccaneers.

Joe Burrow had what was one of the best passes all preseason, as he connected with C.J. Uzomah on a deep play action pass.

As usual, practice was punctuated with kicking. Tuesday was Austin Seibert’s turn, and he made his first four kicks. He missed both of his kicks from more than 50 yards out, however, one day after Evan McPherson made all eight of his attempts, including one from 54.

What were your big takeaways from today’s practice? Let us know in the comments section!