It would make a lot of sense for the Bengals given their 0-5 start and Eifert's UFA status in 2020. Eifert is making $1M in 2019 and remains healthy, something the oft-injured player can't usually claim. The Saints and the Patriots both have dire need at the position and the fit is obvious. The Bengals have needs across multiple positions and seem reluctant to fully embrace a rebuild even while aging veterans (Eifert, A.J. Green, etc.) will become UFAs in 2020. Eifert only has 13 receptions, 95 yards and a single touchdown on the year for the struggling Bengals and a trade to a contender would increase his value immediately. Now 29, Tyler Eifert rests as DLF's TE32 and could be a sleeper prospect ahead of a trade to tight end friendly system.