4 offensive linemen the Bengals can sign after Hakeem Adeniji injury

Leigh Oleszczak
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Washington offensive tackle Morgan Moses (76) – Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports /

Bengals Offensive Line Options – No. 3: Morgan Moses

The Washington Football Team released Morgan Moses after they couldn’t find a trade partner for him and as of this writing, he’s still searching for his next NFL team. Moses played all seven years of his career with Washington and spent that time at right tackle, which is shored up by Riley Reiff.

Moses is good enough to start and if the Bengals were to sign him, they might try to find a way to work him into the starting lineup. Perhaps he slides inside to one of the two guard spots and then if either Williams or Reiff get injured, he could jump back outside to tackle.

Cincinnati hasn’t been linked to Moses since he came a free agent (except by myself and Stripe Hype’s Justin Fried) and that makes me think he probably won’t land with them. The Jets seem to be the frontrunner right now for his services and Moses would be a starter in New York, which might not be the case in Cincinnati.

Moses is probably the best player on this list but the reason I put him third is that the chances of the team signing him aren’t high. If they were to sign him, he’d either have to switch positions or someone else would have to, which seems to be a theme for this o-line, so that’s another reason he’s this low on the list of o-line options to sign.

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