Franchise-tagged Bengals WR Tee Higgins requests trade 2024

Establishment labeled WR Tee Higgins demands exchange from Bengal

The stalemate between Tee Higgins and the Cincinnati Bengals has now gone ahead. 

The establishment labeled wide recipient has now mentioned an exchange from the Bengals, NFL Organization Insider Ian Rapoport provided details regarding Monday.

The Bengals needed to keep the 25-year-old beneficiary close by, bearing in mind the end goal of marking him to an agreement expansion.

They made sense of their position on Higgins fourteen days prior at the NFL Exploring Consolidate in Indianapolis.

"It's truly straightforward: He's a decent player, we need to keep him, and we have assets to do that, so we chose ahead of schedule to make it happen," Bengals overseer of player staff Duke Tobin said at that point.

Rapoport, in any case, revealed that no such long haul contract exchanges have happened. With talks apparently slowed down, Higgins presently says he needs out.

The Bengals authoritatively labeled Higgins on Feb. 26, giving a one-year delicate proposition worth generally $21.8 million for 2024.

The different sides have until July 15 to resolve another drawn-out bargain - - on the off chance that an exchange doesn't occur first.