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Jets move G Moore from PUP to active roster
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - The New York Jets have moved right guard Brandon Moore from the physically-unable-to-perform list to the active roster after he missed the start of training camp while recovering from offseason hip surgery.
The Jets also waived center Taylor Boggs, an undrafted free agent, on Friday.
Moore, the second-longest tenured member of the Jets, had surgery on his hip in February, but recently said he would be "ready to go when it's time to go." The 31-year-old Moore has started 105 consecutive games at guard, the third-best streak among active players.
Boggs was signed last month out of Humboldt State.
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