Thaddeus Moss will be staying with the Cincinnati Bengals.
According to Richard Skinner, Moss is currently at Bengals practice, which almost certainly means he was signed to the practice squad.
#Bengals haven’t made practice squad official but so far have seen Thad Moss, Trayveon Williams, Jacques Patrick, Keaton Sutherland, Joe Bachis and also Pooka Williams on rehab field. Trae Waynes also on rehab field— Richard Skinner (@Local12Skinny) September 1, 2021
A second-year player in 2021, Moss was a key piece of the 2019 LSU Tigers’ national title team that featured Joe Burrow in his Heisman-winning campaign. That season saw Moss catch 47 balls for 570 yards and four touchdowns, three of which came in LSU’s College Football Playoff wins over Oklahoma (one) and Clemson (two). He began his career at NC State before ultimately transferring to Baton Rouge.
However, Moss ended up going undrafted and eventually signed with the Washington Football Team, where he spent his rookie season on injured reserve due to a foot injury that required surgery. He battled injuries throughout his college career, which also contributed to him going undrafted.
After being waived by Washington during the 2021 offseason, Moss was claimed by the Bengals and went on to have a productive preseason that had many thinking he’s make the 53-man roster.
Though Moss was ultimately cut, the Bengals were able to keep him for the time being.