A week after the Broncos gave up on him, Jarvis Moss has found a new home in the AFC West.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the Raiders have signed Moss and plan to use him at defensive end, where they need depth after starter Trevor Scott went down with an apparently season-ending knee injury on Sunday. Moss will likely back up Matt Shaughnessy.
Moss was a major disappointment as a first-round draft pick of the Broncos in 2007, and he hasn’t had a sack in two years. So Raiders fans shouldn’t expect much.
But the Raiders are always open to giving talented players a second chance, and that’s what they’re giving Moss.