A frequent target of Joe Burrow during LSU's national championship run in 2019, Moss now reunites with his college QB in Cincinnati after spending his rookie season with Washington ... Did not play as a rookie, after spending entire season and postseason on Washington's Reserve/Injured list ... In 2019, his lone season of action at LSU, he set single-season school records for receptions (47) and receiving yards (570) by a TE, and scored four TDs ... Began college career at North Carolina State, where he played one season (2016) ... Sat out 2017 season with LSU due to NCAA transfer rules, then missed '18 with a broken left foot ... Lived in Greater Cincinnati for six years during his childhood, and attended Boone County High School in Northern Kentucky as a freshman ... Son of Pro Football Hall of Fame WR Randy Moss.
Thaddeus Moss Brings A Lifetime To Scramble At Bengals Tight End Spot
The Bengals head into their first preseason game in two years Saturday night (7:30-Cincinnati's Channel 12) literally in the eye of the storm with Hall-of-Fame traveling exhibit Tom Brady supposed to take the first couple of snaps for the Super Bowl champion Buccaneers. But for second-year tight end Thaddeus Moss, a Bengals tight end candidate, there isn't much he hasn't seen in the 23 years he has quickly grown up. His mother says he's always thought like an old man.