Redskins right tackle Morgan Moses spent part of his bye week with a nostalgic trip back to his hometown of Richmond, Va., specifically his hometown football field.
Meadowbrook High School, located in North Chesterfield, Va., honored Moses by retiring his No. 77 jersey last Friday night at halftime during the school’s game against Dinwiddie.
Moses was a two-time all-state, all-region and all-district selection at Meadowbrook, which provided him the foundation to eventually play at the University of Virginia.
While he has since gotten rid of his long, braided hair and grown a large beard in place of it in the NFL, Moses took the field with his fiancée, his three children and some family members and coaches to pose for a photo with his framed jersey.
For more about Moses’ life and story, check out this article and several videos about him here.