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  • Broncos' Riley Moss: Past back issue

    Moss (back) was spotted participating in Denver's mandatory minicamp session Wednesday, Keith Cummings of Sports Illustrated reports. The second-year cornerback was held out of practices earlier in the offseason with a back injury, but it now seems as if he's moved past the issue. Moss saw minimal work on the Broncos' defense during his rookie campaign, tallying six total tackles while playing just 23 defensive snaps through 14 games. He's expected to compete for another depth role in Denver's secondary now that he's returned to form.
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  • Broncos' Riley Moss: Dealing with back injury

    Moss was unavailable for practice Thursday due to a back injury, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports. Moss apparently "tweaked" something in his back at practice earlier in the week, according to head coach Sean Payton, but the cornerback is expected to be back in action at some point during next week's OTAs. Entering his second season in the NFL, Moss will compete with the likes of Damarri Mathis and Ja'Quan McMillian for reps behind primary cornerbacks Patrick Surtain and Levi Wallace in 2024.
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  • Broncos' Riley Moss: Heads to Denver

    The Broncos selected Moss in the third round of the 2023 NFL Draft, 83rd overall. Moss was a productive corner at Iowa with 11 career interceptions, and he put himself on the Day 2 radar with an impressive pre-draft process highlighted by a solid showing at the Senior Bowl and a strong workout at the combine (4.45 40, 39-inch vertical). He can play on the boundary or at nickel in the Denver secondary.
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