Moses (ankle) is expected back in time for training camp, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Moses underwent surgery on his ankle this offseason and will likely miss Washington's Offseason Team Activities as a result. However, the team expects him back to full health in time for the 2018 season and is looking for him to participate throughout training camp as well.
Moses will undergo surgery on one of his ankles Wednesday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
The Redskins are expected to provide a recovery timetable for Moses once the procedure is completed, but it's at least encouraging that he won't require surgery on both ankles, as he was plagued by soreness for a large portion of the past season. So long as Moses' recovery doesn't extend deep into training camp, he'll have a good chance to open the 2018 campaign as the Redskins' starting right tackle.
Moses (ankles, illness) is active for Sunday's matchup with Denver.
Moses has played through his ankle injuries for several weeks and it comes as little surprise that he'll do so once again. He'll continue to start at right tackle.
Moses (ankles/illness) is considered questionable for Sunday's tilt against the Broncos, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Moses did not practice Wednesday earlier this week, but he returned Thursday in a limited capacity as he continues to play through his ankle issues. If he's able to suit up once again in Week 16, he's expected to start at right tackle per usual.
Moses (ankles) is listed as active for Sunday's matchup with the Cardinals.
Moses was listed as questionable but will play through the injury Sunday, like he has for the majority of the season. Ty Nsekhe will join Moses as a starting offensive tackle with Trent Williams inactive with a knee injury.
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