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The Bengals selected All in the fourth round of the NFL Draft, and he could be their tight end of the future. For this season, All isn't expected to produce much, if at all, coming back from a torn ACL in October. He's not worth drafting in redraft leagues, and he's a third-round pick at best in rookie-only drafts for Dynasty leagues. Cincinnati also has Mike Gesicki as its starter this season, so All could have a minimal role even when healthy. Prior to getting hurt in 2023, All appeared in seven games for Iowa and caught 21 passes for 299 yards and three touchdowns. By 2025, All could be a significant contributor, but this season you can just add him off waivers if he starts out the season playing well and getting more production than Gesicki.

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  • Bengals' Erick All: Added to Cincy's TE corps

    The Bengals selected All (knee) in the fourth round of the 2024 NFL Draft, 115th overall. Despite tearing the ACL in his right knee in October and requiring surgery, All still became the sixth tight end off the board in this year's draft. All actually led Iowa in receiving yards (299) and touchdowns (three) in 2023 despite playing in just seven games, but that may be more of an indictment of the Iowa offense. The injury prevented All from testing at the NFL Scouting Combine or Iowa's pro day, and his lengthy injury history -- including spinal surgery in 2022 -- is a concern. However, All's numbers when healthy during his five-year college career were always impressive dating back to his time at Michigan, where he began his career before transferring to Iowa. Cincinnati has an interesting tight end room that lacks star power, so if he's 100 percent at some point in 2024, All could get onto the field.
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