One of the roster changes the Cincinnati Bengals announced on Monday was the release of tight end Thaddeus Moss.
Moss, the son of NFL legend Randy Moss, was not selected in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Before joining the Bengals in 2021, he played his rookie season with the Washington Commanders.
Moss was a successful player at LSU, but he hasn't yet had much of an effect in the pros.
Naturally, it didn't take long for NFL fans to begin speculating about Moss's potential future destination.
For 570 yards and four touchdowns in the 2019 college football season, Moss had 47 receptions.
In the NFL, Moss has failed to record a single reception. He has lots of time to rectify it, which is good news.
Due to the fact that they currently had four tight ends on their roster, the Bengals were free to release Moss.
The team's primary backup is Drew Sample, and Hayden Hurst is listed as the starter.
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