Moss has signed his four-year rookie contract.
That puts to bed the contracts of all seven Bills rookies from the 2020 draft class. As for Moss, he's certainly an intriguing rookie based on his power and production at Utah. Devin Singletary is the starter, but he's a smaller back and it should be pretty easy for Moss to eke out a meaningful role right away. The quickest path to first-year fantasy value -- barring an injury to Singletary -- would be for Moss to assert himself as the clear guy for tougher carries in short-yardage and goal-line situations.
The Bills selected Moss in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 86th overall.
Moss (5-foot-9, 223) is a densely-built runner with a three-down skill set out of Utah, where he posted some of the more impressive collegiate running back production of recent memory. Despite running only in the 4.65-second range in the 40-yard dash, Moss diced and bashed his way to 4,067 yards (5.7 YPC) and 38 touchdowns in 45 games. Moss's balance and ability to withstand contact are truly rare, lending more functional explosiveness than his track speed would lead someone to believe. He's actually reminiscent of new teammate Devin Singletary in that respect, as both players were criticized for lack of speed despite immensely productive college careers.