The tight end of the future in Cincinnati may indeed be named Tyler. But maybe not the Tyler it was supposed to be.
Tyler Kroft could be the guy more likely to remain over the long haul. And he’s hoping that’s the case.
“There’s definitely momentum off of ,” Kroft told the Cincinnati Enquirer. “I think I’ve done a good job learning and understanding the offense as much as I can. Just the confidence level is up there and I think there is confidence between me and Andy Dalton and the coaching staff because Bill [Lazor] is still here and he saw it. It’s exciting.”
Related players: Tyler Eifert
Eifert‘s short- and long-term health is still an unknown, the story said. With Eifert limited to two games in 2017, Kroft caught 42 passes for 404 yards and seven touchdowns. As tight ends go, that should be good enough to give him security.