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Morgan Moses
T #76
N. Chesterfield, Va.

Quick Stats (2016):


Redskins Ed Block Courage Award (2015) 

NFL debut: 9/14/14 (vs. JAX)... First NFL start: 11/24/14 (at SF)

Selected by the Washington Redskins in the third round (66th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.

NFL debut: 9/14/14 (vs. JAX)... First NFL start: 11/24/14 (at SF)

Selected by the Washington Redskins in the third round (66th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.

Enters 2016 having previously appeared in 24 regular season games with 17 starts across his first two seasons from 2014-15.

Earned the Redskins’ 2015 Ed Block Courage Award, earning the starting right tackle role a year after a Lisfranc injury prematurely ended his rookie season... Started all 16 regular season games and one postseason game at right tackle... Rapid recovery and progression in training camp allowed the team to move No. 5 overall pick Brandon Scherff to right guard and create a young, promising right side of the offensive line... Started at right tackle and helped the Redskins rush for 161 yards vs. MIA (9/13)... Helped the Redskins post 182 rushing yards in a start at right tackle vs. STL (9/20)... Started at right tackle vs. NYG (9/24)... Started at right tackle vs. PHI (10/4), helping the offense go 90 yards on its final drive for a come-from-behind victory... Started at right tackle at ATL (10/11) and at NYJ (10/18)... Started at right tackle in the largest comeback win (24 points) in team history vs. TB (10/25)... Started at right tackle at NE (11/8)... Started at right tackle vs. NO (11/15), blocking for the Redskins’ first combined 300-yard passing game/200-yard rushing game since Super Bowl XXII... Started at right tackle at CAR (11/22)... Started at right tackle and helped Kirk Cousins throw for his fourth 300-yard game of the season in a win vs. NYG (11/29)... Started at right tackle vs. DAL (12/7)... Started at right tackle in a win at CHI (12/13)... Started at right tackle for Cousins’ team-record-setting sixth 300- yard passing game of the season in a win vs. BUF (12/20)... Started at right tackle and fought through an ankle injury in a division-clinching win at PHI (12/26)... Started at right tackle in regular season finale at DAL (1/3)... Started at right tackle in NFC Wild Card Round vs. GB (1/10). 

Played in eight games and made one start as a rookie... Inactive at HOU (9/7)... Made NFL debut vs. JAX (9/14)... Inactive at PHI (9/21)... Contributed on special teams vs. NYG (9/25)... Saw action on offense and special teams vs. SEA (10/6)... Inactive at ARI (10/12) and vs. TEN (10/19)... Played on special teams at DAL (10/27) and at MIN (11/2)... Saw significant action in relief of an injured Trent Williams vs. TB (11/16)... Made first career NFL start at left tackle and helped Alfred Morris post 125 rushing yards at SF (11/23)... Contributed on special teams at IND (11/30)... Active but did not play vs. STL (12/7).

Played at Virginia from 2010-13, starting 43 of the 48 career games in which he played — 30 at right tackle and 12 at left tackle... Received All-ACC third-team honors as a senior in 2013 while helping Kevin Parks become the Cavaliers’ first 1,000-yard rusher in a season since 2004... Was a Coaches All-ACC honorable mention selection as a junior in 2012, starting 11 of 12 games and helping UVA amass more than 500 yards of total offense multiple times in a season for the first time since 2004... Was one of 13 players to start all 13 games for the Cavaliers in 2011... Appeared in 11 of Virginia’s 12 games as a freshman, making his collegiate debut against Richmond. Made first collegiate start against UNC, becoming the seventh true freshman nationally to start at offensive tackle in 2010 when he started at right tackle against the Tar Heels.

Attended Meadowbrook H.S. in Richmond, Va., and also played prep football at Fork Union Military Academy in 2009... Two-time all-state, all-region and all-district selection... Multiple-time Richmond Times-Dispatch first-team All-Met selection... Was a Parade and SuperPrep All-American who was rated as a four-star prospect by Rivals.com and Scout.com... Listed as the No. 2 player in Virginia for the class of 2009 by Rivals.com... Visited hematology patients at a Washington, D.C. Ronald McDonald House and also stressed the importance of staying on the right path on a panel at the Fairfax Juvenile Detention Center in 2014... Son of Marion and Morris Moses... Has three children, Isaiah Moses, Jerimah Moses and Natalia Carter... Born March 3, 1991.

Career Stats
TOTAL 40 33
2016 WAS 16 16
2015 WAS 16 16
2014 WAS 8 1
Recent Games
1 PIT L 16-38
2 DAL L 23-27
3 @NYG W 29-27
4 CLE W 31-20
5 @BAL W 16-10
6 PHI W 27-20
7 @DET L 17-20
8 @CIN L 27-27
10 MIN W 26-20
11 GB W 42-24
12 @DAL L 26-31
13 @ARI L 23-31
14 @PHI W 27-22
15 CAR L 15-26
16 @CHI W 41-21
17 NYG L 10-19

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Recent Videos

  • Morgan Moses: "You Play To Play In The Super Bowl"

    Posted Jan 6, 2017

    Offensive Lineman Morgan Moses spoke to media while clearing out his locker about the end of the season, his offseason plans and the expectations for next season.

  • Morgan Moses Wants To Help Others Succeed

    Posted Dec 30, 2016

    Redskins right tackle Morgan Moses spoke with the media following Friday's practice at the Inova Sports Performance Center at Redskins Park.

  • Redskins In :60 - Momentum Is Big In December

    Posted Dec 30, 2016

    The Washington Redskins are looking to carry the momentum from their Christmas Eve win over the Chicago Bears into Sunday's regular-season finale against the New York Giants at FedExField.

  • Meet The Redskins: Morgan Moses

    Posted Dec 6, 2016

    In this weeks edition of Meet The Redskins meet family man Morgan Moses, Right Tackle #76. Learn what food Morgan will never eat and how he preps for games on Sundays.

  • RL: Moses Part 4: Overcoming Adversity

    Posted Dec 3, 2016

    Redskins Life takes us into the life of Offensive Tackle Morgan Moses. We continue his story with coming back from an injury that almost ended his career in the NFL.