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16 hours ago, Atticus Finch said:

Just like Malachi Dupre I'm sure.

Maybe, maybe not......time will tell.

How does Dylan Moses fit the Jacksonville Jaguars’ linebacker corps?

If Moses had had a clean bill of health, he would’ve probably been drafted in the first or second round. He has the talent to compete for a roster spot if he recovers and has the potential to become a solid player in the pros. If shows progress during his rehab, there’s no doubt he will make the team. Keep in mind running back James Robinson and defensive tackle Doug Costin were undrafted free agents last year and both of them were key contributors for this Jacksonville team.

Also, there’s the fact the Jags didn’t pour many resources into their linebacker corps this offseason, other than signing Damien Wilson in free agency and drafting EDGE defender Jordan Smith. It’s uncertain how many linebackers Jacksonville will carry into the regular season but Moses could be one of them.

The Jaguars’ came out of the draft with a solid haul and signing Moses as an underrated free agent might’ve been the icing on the cake. Don’t be surprised if the Alabama standout ends up having a bigger impact than some of the team’s late-round picks.

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6 minutes ago, RedZone said:

Maybe, maybe not......time will tell.

How does Dylan Moses fit the Jacksonville Jaguars’ linebacker corps?

If Moses had had a clean bill of health, he would’ve probably been drafted in the first or second round. He has the talent to compete for a roster spot if he recovers and has the potential to become a solid player in the pros. If shows progress during his rehab, there’s no doubt he will make the team. Keep in mind running back James Robinson and defensive tackle Doug Costin were undrafted free agents last year and both of them were key contributors for this Jacksonville team.

Also, there’s the fact the Jags didn’t pour many resources into their linebacker corps this offseason, other than signing Damien Wilson in free agency and drafting EDGE defender Jordan Smith. It’s uncertain how many linebackers Jacksonville will carry into the regular season but Moses could be one of them.

The Jaguars’ came out of the draft with a solid haul and signing Moses as an underrated free agent might’ve been the icing on the cake. Don’t be surprised if the Alabama standout ends up having a bigger impact than some of the team’s late-round picks.

If Moses can't make the 1-15 Jaguars if he gets to 100% he doesn't deserve to be in the NFL.....That's a crappy football organization.

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