Moreno missed the first two preseason games following offseason arthroscopic knee surgery. Miami hosts the Cowboys on Saturday.
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"I'm definitely comfortable," said Moreno, who's coming off summer knee surgery. "I know what I'm doing out there and, if I have any questions, I can ask the quarterback. I can ask whoever. But I feel really good."
Moreno looks to be in better shape than he was a month ago but is still not 100 percent. "You're never 100 percent in this game," he said. Still, Moreno is now in position to challenge Lamar Miller for the starting job.
"This was his first practice out here [Wednesday], so I don’t know if it would be a wise coaching decision [to play] a guy who really hasn’t participated, to throw him in a game yet," Philbin said, per The Miami Herald.
Moreno might not be ready for game action, but he was pleased with his progress coming off knee surgery.
"Just gradual [improvement]," Moreno said, describing his recovery from his surgery in June. "Just gradual every day. Trying to make a step towards getting out there. But [Wednesday] was just testing it out and seeing how it feels. It feels good to put the shoulder pads on … and come out here and just work with the guys."
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