Moss (ankle) will practice Wednesday, though head coach Sean McDermott said it would be "irresponsible" if the running back was a full go in the session, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.
In other words, Moss will start camp as a limited participant after missing offseason practices entirely. He's coming back from mid-January surgery on his left ankle, again competing with Devin Singletary for first-team reps in the Buffalo backfield. Moss, the 86th overall pick in the 2020 Draft, finished his rookie campaign with 112 carries for 481 yards (4.3 YPC) and four touchdowns, plus 14 catches for 95 yards and another score over his 13 games. Singletary was also a mediocre performer despite starting all 16 games, finishing with 156 carries for 687 yards (4.4 YPC) and two TDs and 38 catches for 260 yards. Given Josh Allen's dominance of the offensive workload, especially in the red zone, it'll be hard for either Moss or Singletary to establish significant fantasy value if the committee continues. Moss at least seems to be on track for Week 1, and he could even make a preseason appearance in August.