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It's impossible to deny that there's risk here. Mosley has barely played since 2018. After losing nearly all of 2019 to a groin injury, he opted out of the 2020 season.
But it's also easy to see the upside. Mosley was a volatile fantasy scorer for the Ravens. He went from leading all LB scorers in 2017 to falling outside the top 30 in points per game in 2018.
At his best, Mosley contributes across categories. He averaged 7 passes defensed across 5 seasons in Baltimore. He opened his career contributing as a pass-rusher, though that tapered off. The tackles have fluctuated, though he topped 130 twice.
Now 29, Mosley has impressed in this camp. According to Connor Hughes of The Athletic: "He’s taken every starting rep and looks very much like the player who dominated for many years in Baltimore. Actually, he looks a little quicker. That’s because Mosley spent this offseason losing weight in an attempt to improve his coverage and better fit in Robert Saleh’s scheme."
As long as Mosley fares well in coverage, 3-down duty should be well within reach. Jarrad Davis has reportedly worn the green dot in workouts and called defensive signals. So we'll have to keep an eye on roles and playing time here. But Mosley carries top-10 upside -- likely at a price significantly lower than that.
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