Jaguars designate Dylan Moses to return to practice

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Rookie linebacker Dylan Moses has officially been designated to return to practice by the Jacksonville Jaguars and took part in his first practice of the year on Wednesday.

Before now, he was listed on the reserve/non-football injury list during most of the regular season. The non-football injury designation means that Moses suffered his injury outside of team activities – in his case, before he joined the Jaguars in May as an undrafted rookie.

Moses suffered a torn ACL in August of 2019 prior to the beginning of that season. In 2020, Moses played most of the year with another knee injury, and he had post-season surgery on Feb. 9 to repair a torn meniscus.

While it’s not likely that he’ll see any playing time this season, the designation does mean that he has a 21-day window to be added to the active roster.

Moses led the Crimson Tide in tackles with 80 in 2020 during their national championship run.

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