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Cincinnati Bengals Are Releasing Son Of NFL Legend This Monday

The Cincinnati Bengals are finalizing their roster ahead of the 2022 season. That includes the release of a notable player. That player is Thaddeus Moss. 

The Bengals are releasing tight end Thaddeus Moss this Monday morning. Thaddeus is the son of NFL legend and Hall of Famer Randy Moss. 

A significant roster decision by the AFC North franchise. Thaddeus was previously working with the team's practice squad. 

"The Bengals today waived CB Allan George and released TE Thaddeus Moss from the practice squad. George, a rookie out of Vanderbilt University, originally was a college free agent signee of the Bengals in May. Moss, a second-year player out of Louisiana State University, was acquired on waivers by Cincinnati during the 2021 offseason," the team announced.

Thaddeus Moss made a name for himself during his days with the LSU Tigers during the 2019 season. He caught 47 passes for 570 yards and four touchdowns that year. 

Moss has yet to find his footing in the NFL, though. He's now a free agent and will likely find a new home ahead of the 2022 season. 

The Bengals, meanwhile, start the 2022 season on Sept. 11 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.