5 potential right tackle options for Cincinnati Bengals in 2022

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4. Morgan Moses

Another free agent name to watch is Morgan Moses, who spent this past season with the Jets. Moses was a free agent deep into the offseason last year and the Bengals should have taken a flier on him then, but didn’t. Moses went on to play well in New York and appeared in every single game.

Moses is PFF’s 57th best free agent this offseason and he’s projected to earn a three-year deal worth $22.5 million with an annual salary of $7.5 million and $14.5 million in guaranteed money. This would be a great deal, especially for a guy who is coming off an impressive season.

Moses is entering his age-31 season, so he’d be entering his age-34 season when he was set to hit free agency again. There’d be a chance for him to land another big contract if he played well over the next three years.

Cincinnati should have signed Moses a season ago and now they have a chance at a do-over there. He’ll be a popular name for teams to target but he’d fit in well in the Queen City.