Strangely enough I had this same conversation with someone before the Tampa Game--I think it was Denvejhawk--I think.
I got this from the Denver post--and couldn't agree more with the move!
Broncos coach Mike Shanahan on Monday said that defensive end Jarvis Moss, the team's first-round draft pick in 2007, could play at outside linebacker.
"He's right there in the 240 range and he still has his speed," Shanahan said. "You may see him some as a defensive end and some as an outside linebacker, so we've got the abilities to do some things with Jarvis that we haven't done in the past."
Moss has been a healthy scratch in three of the Broncos' five games this season, including Sunday's win against Tampa. He does not fit as well into the 3-4 scheme the team has used at times in the past few games.
Moss, officially listed at 265 pounds, played in six games in 2007 before breaking his right leg. He has one career sack.