Taysom Hill, a former BYU standout who is now a tight end with the New Orleans Saints

caught his first touchdown pass following his formal move from quarterback to tight end.

On Thursday, October 20, in Glendale, Arizona's State Farm Stadium, the Cardinals played host to the Saints.

Saints quarterback Andy Dalton connected with Hill close to the goal line for a three-yard touchdown with 10:29 still to play in the first half

Hill's touchdown reception marked both his first as a tight end for the Saints and his first since the 2020 season.

New Orleans now leads the home team 14-6 after Hill's catch.

Hill had scored seven touchdowns so far this year.

He scored four touchdowns in New Orleans' Week 6 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.

A five-play, 75-yard drive that went 2:46 was finished by the score

Hill has one grab for two yards in five games prior to the matchup.