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Recapping Sunday’s practice at Bengals training camp

Joe Burrow continues to improve, while the rest of the offense is trying to keep up.

NFL: AUG 06 Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp Photo by Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Another day of Bengals training camp is in the books.

First and foremost, there is the injury front.

Trey Hendrickson is day-to-day, and didn’t practice on Sunday. Trae Waynes was back with the defense on Sunday doing team drills.

With different offensive line combinations, chemistry is still being formed. Taylor said that chemistry between the best five linemen is something they’re looking for. Apparently, chemistry is still building as the Bengals offense begins with a false start.

Joe Burrow is looking like his normal self. He called his own number on the quarterback draw, much like he did for his first career touchdown.

The Bengals worked on the red zone offense today, and Burrow was slinging the ball all over the end zone. Three of his touchdowns went to Tyler Boyd, Stanley Morgan, and Trenton Irwin.

Ja’Marr Chase, on the other hand, is still getting over his case of the drops.

In his press conference earlier today, Zac Taylor praised D’Ante Smith’s professional mentality. He had Smith with the 1’s at left guard today. Though he got smoked by D.J. Reader, Taylor is giving him a fair shot.

For what it’s worth, Michael Jordan started at right guard. He has been at left guard for most of his career, both collegiate and professional, so he’s learning how to play on the other side this year.