Böhringer gets new NFL opportunity
Moritz Böhringer left the squad at the Minnesota Vikings before the start of the season.Now the German is presented to an NFL competitor in trial training.
Moritz Böhringer doesn’t have to bury his dream of the NFL yet.
The German Wide Receiver was allowed to prove his talent on Monday in trial practice at the Cincinnati Bengals, after he failed to make it into either the final squad or the Pratice Squad before the start of the season at the Minnesota Vikings.
In addition to Böhringer, the Bengals also tested the quarterbacks Jerod Evans and Wes Lunt as well as Wide Receiver C. J.Board.This was reported by NFL network reporter Tom Pelissero.
Now the native Stuttgart native hopes at least with the Bengals for application possibilities in the Pratice Squad.Böhringer is a Free Agent and can be contracted by any team.
The 23-year-old was selected by the Vikings in last year’s sixth round of NFL power, but had to settle for a place in the training group.Last winter he signed a futures contract in Minneapolis, which was cancelled before the start of the season.