Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Jarvis Moss OLB Denver Broncos

Jarvis Moss was a first round selection in the awesome 2007 NFL draft. He recorded 1 sack his rookie year before breaking his shin and ending up on injured reserve. In 2008,  he played in 12 games recording just 12 tackles and 2.5 sacks. Prior to the 2009 season the Broncos hired defensive coordinator Mike Nolan, and Moss contemplated retirement because he didn't think that he could switch schemes and play outside linebacker after playing defensive end his entire career. He came back and made the team, and after Elvis Dumervil's injury that landed him on injured reserve, he was the first to claim the opportunity at the starting job. However, he has only 5 tackles this year and 0 starts.

Now, he's a former member of the Denver Broncos after being cut today by the guy who no one wants to shake hands with, Josh McDaniels.

Moss always had attitude and character concerns, it was even rumored that predraft he was called by a member of a team and he was at a party that was loud. He then told them that he would call them back. He was suspended for violation of team rules in college and contemplated retirement after his second season in the league.Now, he's without a team because he almost certainly will pass through waivers.

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