A middle linebacker from the Nick Saban era at Alabama is pursuing a return to the NFL.
Dylan Moses, a native of Baton Rouge, La., came as a five-star in the Crimson Tide’s 2017 class. He played on two College Football Playoff National Championship teams (2017, 2020), two Southeastern Conference Championship teams (2018, 2020), and was a first-team All-SEC selection in 2020. Moses missed the 2019 season because of a knee injury in fall camp and played through pain during the 2020 campaign. He went undrafted in 2021, but the Jacksonville Jaguars signed Moses as an undrafted free agent.
However, Moses would be cut from the Jaguars. According to his Instagram, he wants to return to football.
He has partnered with Sci-Gen, a company specializing in stem cell research and regenerative medicine.
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Moses has dealt with lingering pain in his knee since 2019 and spoke about how the cartilage got worn down. He wants to give himself a fresh opportunity and feels that Sci-Gen will provide him with it. Moses has been using a few of their products and says he “feels better than before.” Hopefully, we will see him make a comeback to the game he loves.
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