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Watch: Trae Waynes is Practicing, Plus Clips of Tee Higgins and Xavier Su'a-Filo

The veteran was back on the field on Thursday.

CINCINNATI — Thursday's official injury report hasn't been released, but star cornerback Trae Waynes was back in action. 

The 29-year-old was fully dressed for practice and took part in special teams drills during the portion of the session that was open to the media. 

Waynes ran up and down the field without any noticeable limp or hitch in his step. The veteran has been dealing with an injured hamstring. He's missed the Bengals' first two games, but he's hoping to make his debut this week against Pittsburgh. 

Wide receiver Tee Higgins (shoulder) wasn't practice. Xavier Su'a-Filo (knee) was also out. Both guys got their fair share of work in on the rehab field alongside safety Ricardo Allen, who is currently on injured reserve. 

Watch video of Waynes, Higgins and Su'a-Filo below. 

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