Cam Taylor-Britt

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Will be available Saturday

Tylor-Britt (shoulder) has been ruled active for Saturday's game against the Patriots.

Analysis: Taylor-Britt was forced out with a shoulder injury during Cincinnati's Week 15 win over the Buccaneers, and he started Week 16 prep with back-to-back limited practices. He was able to ramp back up to full participation in Thursday's sessions, so he should retain a starting role alongside Eli Apple and Mike Hilton on Saturday.

Dec 24, 2022 8:39 AM EST

Forced out Sunday

Taylor-Britt has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Buccaneers with a left shoulder injury.

Analysis: It's unclear when or how this injury occurred, but it will keep Taylor-Britt will out for the waning minutes of this contest. As a result, the Bengals will be down to just three available cornerbacks with Mike Hilton (knee) and Jalen Davis (thumb) both already inactive. Taylor-Britt will now have a slightly shorter time to recover before Saturday's Week 16 matchup against New England.

Dec 18, 2022 4:20 PM EST

Eight more tackles

Taylor-Britt had eight tackles in Sunday's win over the Titans. He also forced a fumble on Derrick Henry's long reception, only to have the Titans' Treylon Burks recover it in the end zone.

Analysis: Taylor-Britt has proven to be a sure tackler and is improving weekly in his coverage, with Chidobe Awuzie out for the season. It's noteworthy that he's the one getting all the snaps, rather than first-round teammate Dax Hill.

Nov 27, 2022 4:01 PM EST

Leads Bengals in tackles

Taylor-Britt lead the Bengals in tackles in Sunday's win over the Steelers, logging 12 tackles.

Analysis: It's not always a good sign when your corner leads the team in tackles, as it could either mean that he was getting successfully targeted frequently, or that the front seven was struggling against the run. Both of those factors were present, but Taylor-Britt was also very sure-handed when given a chance to make a tackle.

Nov 20, 2022 5:34 PM EST

Enters starting role

Taylor-Britt will be stepping into a starting role with Chidobe Awuzie now out for the season, after he suffered a torn ACL in Monday's loss to the Browns, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

Analysis: Taylor-Britt was the team's second round selection in the 2022 Draft, but he didn't make his debut until Week 7 against the falcons, as he started the season on IR due to an abdomen issue. He's played a significant role in the Bengals secondary since being activated to the 53-man roster, seeing 60 percent of the team's defensive snaps in Week 7, then 100 percent of the defensive snaps Monday against the Browns, with Eli Apple (hamstring) out, and recorded five tackles (four solo).

Nov 1, 2022 12:14 PM EST

Three tackles in debut

Taylor-Britt made his NFL debut Sunday against the Falcons, and recorded three tackles while playing 27 defensive snaps.

Analysis: It's noteworthy that Taylor-Britt, the Bengals' second-round pick in the 2022 draft, played more snaps than veteran teammate Eli Apple. Taylor-Britt had missed the first six games of the season with an abdominal injury.

Oct 25, 2022 8:16 AM EST

Activated from injured reserve

The Bengals activated Taylor-Britt from injured reserve Saturday.

Analysis: Taylor-Britt was forced to miss the first four games of the campaign while on injured reserve due to an abdomen issue, but he's in line to make his NFL debut in Week 5. However, it's unclear what the rookie second-round pick's role will be in Cincinnati's secondary.

Oct 8, 2022 6:42 PM EST

Returns to practice Wednesday

Taylor-Britt (abdomen) was designated to return from injured reserve and returned to practiced Wednesday.

Analysis: Taylor-Britt underwent core surgery in mid-August and started the season on injured reserve, sidelining him for the first four games of the season. His return to practice starts a 21-day window for him to be added to the active roster, but if he isn't he'll revert back to IR for the remainder of the season. W

Oct 5, 2022 7:53 AM EST

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