Zack Moss | Bills RB

Date of Birth:  12/15/1997
Age:  22
Height  5'9"
Weight:   223
College:  Utah
Drafted:  2020 | Round 3 | Pick 86
Depth Chart:  2nd string

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Zack Moss | Bills RB

Zack Moss is not listed on the Week 6 injury report.

Moss carries no injury designation after missing the past three games with his toe issue, so he's good to go for Monday against the Chiefs. Moss will complement Devin Singletary in Buffalo's backfield.

Zack Moss | Bills RB

Zack Moss (toe) is officially inactive for Tuesday night.

Moss practiced fully in the Bills' last practice, but the team is taking a slow approach with the rookie running back. This is Moss' third consecutive missed game.

Zack Moss | Bills RB

Zack Moss (toe) is officially listed as questionable for Tuesday night.

Moss was a full participant in today's practice, so it looks like he has a good shot to return to the lineup for Week 5. Moss won't be a highly recommended fantasy option if he does return to face the Titans on Tuesday.

Zack Moss | Bills RB

Zack Moss (toe) is officially inactive for Week 4.

Moss was able to practice on a limited basis all week, but the Bills are presumably exercising caution with their rookie running back. Devin Singletary is again a strong play today after a very good performance last week when Moss was out.

Zack Moss | Bills RB

Zack Moss (toe) is officially listed as questionable for Week 4.

Moss was limited in practice all week, but he's looking like a potential game-time call. The Bills don't play until 4:25 PM ET on Sunday, so Moss' status might not be known until after the early games have kicked off.

Zack Moss | Bills RB

Zack Moss (toe) was officially limited in today's practice.

Two consecutive limited practices is a pretty good sign for Moss, but we'll see how he's listed on the final Week 4 injury report tomorrow. Moss was ruled out ahead of the weekend last week, so he'd probably do well to get a questionable tag.

Zack Moss | Bills RB

Zack Moss (toe) will not play in Week 3.

Moss being ruled out this early on Friday could be an indication that his toe injury is something that might force him to miss a decent amount of time. Devin Singletary will get a heavier workload this Sunday against the Rams.

Zack Moss | Bills RB

The Bills plan to use Zack Moss like they used Frank Gore last year.

Moss was drafted in the third-round of this year's draft and looks set to immediately get a pretty solid floor of a workload behind starter Devin Singletary in Buffalo. Perhaps the coaching staff will have other plans or Singletary will make it difficult to leave him off the field, but Bills general manager Brandon Beane said he envisions Moss having a similar role to Gore last year. Gore had 166 carries for the Bills in 2019, so Moss is a good bet to be in the 150-175+ carry range (barring injury to him or Singletary) this season.

Zack Moss | Bills RB

The Bills have selected Utah running back Zack Moss with the No. 86 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Moss is a power runner with tremendous contact balance, so Buffalo now has an impressive one-two punch in the backfield with Devin Singletary leading it. The Utah standout is going to be the clear No. 2, but overall, this is a good landing spot for his fantasy value, as the Bills could take another step in 2020 to play from ahead more. For now, consider him a draftable handcuff in redraft leagues.

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