Bengals rookie cornerback Cam Taylor-Britt wasn’t letting some rough practices in training camp get him down. But he also wasn’t about to downplay his big day Friday, when he had an acrobatic pass breakup and a handful of other impressive reps in coverage.
“Truthfully, that’s just the beginning of something,” Taylor-Britt said prior to Sunday’s practice. “I feel like once you truly get on the market and things start going good, every little thing will come good after that. You only need to persist with your routine and keep doing it on daily basis and also you’ll improve.”
The previous Nebraska Cornhusker had back-to-back disappointing practices Tuesday and Thursday, when he was beaten repeatedly in one-on-one drills. After Tuesday’s session, Taylor-Britt found himself playing behind undrafted rookie Allan George while starting cornerback Eli Apple was sitting out.
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