Moseley finished the 2020 regular season with 47 tackles (34 solo), nine pass defenses and an interception across 12 contests with the 49ers. Moseley -- a 2018 undrafted rookie -- continued to be one of GM John Lynch's diamonds in the rough, posting another quality campaign as a coverage corner opposite Richard Sherman. Injuries sidelined the 24-year-old for four games and opened the door for veteran corner Jason Verrett to have a career resurgence. All three of San Francisco's top cornerbacks will be unrestricted free agents this upcoming offseason, with only Richard Sherman being unlikely to return. That being said, Moseley has proven for the second year in a row that he can handle nearly all coverage assignments regardless of where he lines up on the field.
Moseley (hamstring) is listed as active heading into Saturday's game against the Cardinals. It's been an injury-plagued 2020 with Moseley already having missed four games on the season, but he'll step back into an important role in San Francisco's secondary during Saturday's NFC West tilt. The Tennessee product kicked off the year by starting in eight consecutive games; however, he's only been able to handle 40 total defensive snaps since Week 10 because of a lingering hamstring issue.
Moseley (hamstring) is active for Sunday's matchup versus the Cowboys. Moseley missed the last two games with the hamstring issue, but after he returned to practice in a limited capacity this week, he will be available for the contest. Although Jason Verrett (illness) was a surprise scratch for the game, Moseley and K'Waun Williams (ankle) will be available for Week 15 to bolster the depth in the secondary.
Moseley (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against Washington. San Francisco will again be without Moseley and K'Waun Williams (ankle) for Week 14, a discouraging update after the secondary surrendered four passing TDs and 375 passing yards to Buffalo's Josh Allen on Monday Night Football last week. Moseley never seemed particularly likely to suit up against Washington, having been unable to return to practice as even a limited participant Wednesday, Thursday or Friday.
Moseley (hamstring) was a nonparticipant during Wednesday's practice. Moseley missed Monday night's game against Buffalo with the hamstring issue, and he appears still hampered by the injury. The Tennessee product has been a solid cornerback this season when healthy, racking up 46 tackles (33 solo), eight pass breakups and an interception through nine games. If Moseley wants to take the field for Sunday's game against Washington, he'll likely need to log some practice time either Thursday or Friday.
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