Former LSU tight end Thaddeus Moss, son of NFL Hall of Famer Randy Moss, has been picked up by the Cincinnati Bengals from the Washington Football team. Moss was part of the LSU Tigers National Championship team in 2019.

Moss is headed to the Bengals and will reunite with his former quarterback and Heisman trophy winner, Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow. Moss was an undrafted free agent when he landed in Washington but spent the entire season on injured reserve due to a a foot injury.

At LSU, Moss was a beast with some impressive stats in the 12 games he played in his final season at LSU. He caught 47 passes for 570 yards and four touchdowns. Of course, he did this as Burrow was throwing him the ball.

The Bengals will be looking for the combo of Burrow and Moss to be a successful one for the team. Burrow is working on a comeback after he was hurt during a play, tearing is ACL and MCL in his left knee and ending his season.

It also looks like the Bengals are trying to get the 2019 LSU football championship team back together. The upcoming 2021 NFL draft is coming at the end of the month, and most experts are projecting the Bengals look to draft LSU wide receiver Ja'marr Chase, who was also part of the 2019 LSU championship team.

The Bengals have the fifth overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft that will start on Thursday, April 29 in Cleveland, Ohio.

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