Jaguars line backer #57, Dylan Moses goes through stretching drills during Saturday's Rookie Minicamp session. The Jacksonville Jaguars held their Saturday 2021 Rookie Minicamp session at the practice fields outside TIAA Bank Field Saturday, May 15, 2021.

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Jaguars place LB Dylan Moses on non-football injury list

The Jacksonville Jaguars placed rookie linebacker Dylan Moses on the non-football injury list on Tuesday, according to published reports.

The move was made on the day that Jacksonville rookies reported to training camp.

Moses underwent knee surgery in February and is still recovering. He is eligible for the non-football injury list because the knee injury happened during his college career at Alabama and not during an NFL workout, practice or game.

Moses went undrafted due to the injury and the Jaguars signed him as an undrafted free agent.

Moses emerged as a star for the Crimson Tide as a sophomore in 2018 but missed the 2019 season due to a torn ACL. He was hurt again early last season and played through the injury, finishing with 80 tackles, one interception and 1.5 sacks.

The Jaguars announced that second-round picks Tyson Campbell (cornerback, Georgia) and Walker Little (offensive tackle, Stanford) agreed to terms to complete the signings of their rookie class.

–Field Level Media

Oct 4, 2020; Landover, Maryland, USA; Washington Football Team offensive tackle Morgan Moses (76) prepares to block Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Matt Judon (99) during the second half at FedExField. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Reports: Jets reach one-year deal with RT Morgan Moses

The New York Jets reached agreement on a one-year deal with right tackle Morgan Moses on Friday, according to multiple reports.

Moses reportedly will receive a $3.6 million base salary and could increase his pay up to $5.3 million based on playing time incentives.

The 30-year-old Moses was released by Washington Football Team last month. He started every game at right tackle over the past six seasons for Washington.

Washington reportedly saved $7.75 million by releasing Moses, who signed a five-year, $38.5 million deal prior in April 2017.

Overall, Moses has started 97 of 104 games played since entering the NFL with Washington in 2014. He played college football at Virginia and was a third-round draft selection.

–Field Level Media