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Morgan Moses struggling

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The Washington Post leaves the door open for the Redskins to possibly cut third-round OT Morgan Moses.
 
Beat writer Mike Jones does write that it would be "hard to see them giving up on a third-round pick this quickly." But Moses is having trouble adjusting to the speed and strength of NFL pass rushers. Tom Compton has outplayed Moses as the No. 3 tackle behind starters LT Trent Williams and RT Tyler Polumbus. Moses' name was brought up as a potential first- or second-rounder before going 66th overall to Washington. He'll be a reserve in year one.
 
Jul 29 - 1:27 PM

 

http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/9632/morgan-moses

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can he play Tack... oh wait. 

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Hell yeah!!!!!

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He's not better than the guys we already have. Gettle strikes again.

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Why are they giving up on him so fast? If Gettleman did this, this forum would crash.

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I remember wanting him so bad in the draft. Hope Gman looks into it.

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If he can't beat out a 3rd string Tackle I don't see the point.

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