4. Tyler Kroft, Cincinnati Bengals
The Cincinnati Bengals actually have three guys worthy of being on this list, C.J. Uzomah being another (he’s not on this list, but could make the honorable mention).
Tyler Kroft gets the nod at number four here over his teammate Tyler Eifert because of the production he had in 2017, when he caught seven touchdown passes.
The 6-foot-6 Kroft is a very good dual-threat tight end, capable of playing in-line or split out.
Though there’s nothing overly spectacular about Kroft, he can line up at a number of different positions and could be a great outlet for Joe Flacco in the passing game.
Coming off of a season-ending injury (broken foot), Kroft is going to need to prove to teams that his health won’t be an issue going forward and may not get a long-term deal right away.
That could entice the Broncos, who may prefer to ‘rent’ a veteran this offseason.