Washington Football Team TEs
Logan Thomas, TE (29)
Revelation at tight end.
Best: With more weapons in the passing game, fewer catches in 2020. But with more space comes more yards: 65 catches, 800 yards, eight TDs.
Worst: Two-thirds of Thomas’ career catches came in 2020. Adding a receiving tight end like Brevin Jordan through the draft, along with the other receiving additions could mean Thomas reverts to more of a blocker and short-yardage receiver. Numbers could take a big hit.
Marcus Baugh, TE (26)
Long shot made the team out of training camp.
Best: Takes over for the departed Jeremy Sprinkle as the designated blocking tight end.
Worst: The returning Thaddeus Moss and a higher-upside rookie combine to take his spot.
Temarrick Hemingway, TE (27)
Journeyman tight end got a brief audition mid-season before injury ended his year.
Best: Just making the roster will be an accomplishment. More realistically, he shows enough to entice an offer from another team.
Worst: The Dylan Cantrell experience. The practice squad tight end (or any reasonable young facsimile) shows promise and Hemingway is released.
Thaddeus Moss, TE (22)
The 2020 UDFA generated some early buzz, but an injury took away his rookie season.
Best: He shows flashes of his famous father, Randy, and becomes a viable second banana to Logan Thomas.
Worst: There was a window last year, but Moss missed it. If WFT drafts a tight end, and sticks with Marcus Baugh as the designated blocker, there may be no room to see what Moss can do.