Bills RB Zack Moss Undergoes Successful Minor Surgical Procedure On Ankle
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Former Utah Utes and current Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss underwent a minor surgical procedure on his ankle on Tuesday morning.
Zack Moss had a surgical procedure on his ankle that he injured in the Bills Wildcard win over the Indianapolis Colts.
According to Moss’ agent and ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the former Utah running back will make a full recovery after his “tight rope” procedure that was performed by Dr. Robert Anderson in Green Bay.
Moss will be ready for off-season workouts and training camp.
When Moss was carted off in the Wildcard game, he finished the contest with seven carries for 21 yards and four catches for 26 yards.
During his rookie season, Moss had 112 carries for 481 yards and 4 touchdowns, along with 14 receptions for 95 yards and one TD in 13 games played during the regular season.
Moss tweeted a picture of his ankle when his procedure concluded.
“Fresh out! I’ll never doubt God,” Moss tweeted. “I know he’s written greatness for me in my life! Road to recovery. Year 2 I’ll see you soon.”
After breaking nearly every Utah rushing record in four seasons with the Utes, Moss was taken in the third round, 86th overall by the Bills in the 2020 NFL Draft. Buffalo will try to reach the Super Bowl as they face the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game on Sunday, January 24 at 4:40 p.m. MST on CBS.