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Thaddeus Moss | Bengals TE

Date of Birth:  05/14/1998
Age:  24
Height  6'2"
Weight:   250
College:  LSU
Drafted:  2020 | Undrafted
Depth Chart:  3rd string

Thaddeus Moss | Bengals TE


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Thaddeus Moss | Bengals TE

The Bengals have claimed Thaddeus Moss, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Moss was recently released by Washington, but he now lands in an interesting spot with Joe Burrow having been his college quarterback at LSU. Plus, Cincinnati has a fairly open depth chart, so Moss should at least have a clear shot at No. 3 duties if he can impress this summer. The son of Hall of Fame wide receiver Randy Moss caught 47 passes for 540 yards and four touchdowns from Burrow in their lone season together in Baton Rouge.

Thaddeus Moss | Bengals TE

Washington waived Thaddeus Moss.

Moss spent last season with Washington, basically as a player that was stashed on injured reserve. The former LSU tight end will look to land with another team and could benefit from what will hopefully be a more normal offseason than last year when he entered the league as an undrafted rookie.

Thaddeus Moss | Bengals TE

Washington has waived/injured Thaddeus Moss.

Moss had a great opportunity to earn a role after signing as an undrafted free agent, but now Washington will go with Logan Thomas, Jeremy Sprinkle, and others at tight end. We’ll see if Moss can get healthy and make a roster elsewhere.

Thaddeus Moss | Bengals TE

LSU tight end Thaddeus Moss is signing with the Redskins.

While Moss must have been disappointed not to get drafted, he lands in about the best spot possible in terms of getting immediate playing time. Moss, who was a productive member of LSU's record-breaking championship offense last season, is the son of Hall of Fame wide receiver Randy Moss. The Redskins don't have a clear locked-in starting tight end at the moment, and it's not inconceivable that Moss becomes the clear top option there in 2020. Hurting Moss' draft stock was a Jones fracture in his right foot that required surgery after it was revealed during his combine physical.