Alabama star LB Dylan Moses out for season with torn ACL


He was a finalist for the Butkus Award in 2018 and was named to the preseason Associated Press All-America team.

Alabama defensive signal-caller Dylan Moses likely will miss the 2019 season, sources told ESPN, after the inside linebacker suffered a knee injury during practice Tuesday.

Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban stated Moses will require surgery and will be out for "an indefinite amount of time". Unfortunately, it was reported earlier this morning that Moses sustained an ACL tear last night. If it goes well, the first round is not out of reach for the Alabama linebacker.

Alabama can't seem to get away from the injury bug during the offseason, as they have seemingly traded off Dylan Moses for a healthy Terrell Lewis.

For now, the Crimson Tide remain focused on their opener against Duke on Saturday.

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Moses had 86 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks and a forced fumble for the Crimson Tide a year ago.

The Alabama Crimson Tide are going to be without the leader of their defense for the entire 2019 season.

With McMillon and Moses sidelined, the Tide defense will lack experience at inside linebacker.

Christian Harris, another true freshman, is listed as a starter at the second inside linebacker position.