The Cincinnati Bengals have started to get active at the tight end position in free agency.
According to ESPN’s Field Yates, the Bengals hosted free agent tight end Foster Moreau on a visit.
Moreau, a fourth-round pick in 2019, found himself stuck behind Darren Waller in Las Vegas and, over four seasons, didn’t put up major numbers after scoring five touchdowns as a rookie. In that 2019 draft, the Bengals took guard Michael Jordan one spot before Moreau came off the board.
Still, he’s a 6’4″ weapon who is versatile in the way he can find soft spots in defenses and as a blocker and averages 12.2 yards per catch for his career.
Only turning 26 in May, Moreau is one of those Hayden Hurst-type fits who could settle for a short deal and actually provide an upgrade for the offense while experiencing a breakout.
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