Thaddeus Moss’ combine physical has revealed a Jones fracture in his foot. The LSU tight end and son of NFL Hall-of-Famer Randy Moss had his physical on Thursday afternoon. This injury is not expected to hurt his draft stock, according to Ian Rapoport.
The NFL’s Tom Pelissero reported the injury via Twitter on Thursday.
LSU tight end Thaddeus Moss’ physical at the combine revealed a Jones fracture in his right foot and he will have surgery, sources tell me and @RapSheet. The son of hall of fame WR Randy Moss should be healthy in plenty of time for his rookie year.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) February 27, 2020
Moss is entering the NFL after having a standout Junior year at LSU. He and the Tigers won the National Championship over Clemson in January.
He set records at Louisiana State, recording 47 receptions for 570 yards. Both of those marks were school records for tight ends. Moss also had four touchdowns on the year. Quarterback Joe Burrow threw him two touchdowns during the National Championship game. He had 36 yards overall in the matchup.
Moss is slated to go in the third round, according to the NFL’s Draft Analyst, Chad Reuter. As stated earlier, the foot fracture is not expected to hurt his stock.
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