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Name  Joe Moss
1956–1960  Maryland (asst.)
College  Maryland
Position(s)  Offensive tackle

Joe Moss

Date of birth  (1930-04-09) April 9, 1930 (age 85)
NFL draft  1952 / Round: 14 / Pick: 169 (by the Los Angeles Rams)

Place of birth  Elkins, West Virginia

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Joseph Charles Moss (born April 9, 1930) is an American former coach and player. He played college football at the University of Maryland and professional football in the National Football League with the Washington Redskins. Moss served as head coach for the Toronto Argonauts and Ottawa Rough Riders in the Canadian Football League.

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Biography

A native of Elkins, West Virginia, Moss played college football at the University of Maryland and was drafted in the fourteenth round of the 1952 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams. He was traded to the Washington Redskins on July 11, 1952 for Nick Bolkovac and a sixth-round draft pick.

After playing one season in the National Football League with the Washington Redskins, Moss joined the United States Air Force and was stationed at Bolling Air Force Base in Washington, D.C. where he played for the base football team. In 1956, Moss became an assistant coach at his alma mater, Maryland. From 1961 to 1968, Moss was Ben Martin's chief assistant at the United States Air Force Academy. From 1969 to 1972 he was the defensive line coach for the Philadelphia Eagles. In 1973, Moss became the Defensive Coordinator for the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. Moss was promoted to head coach during the 1974 season after the Argos got off to a 3–4 start. Toronto would go 3–5–1 under Moss and he was replaced as head coach by Russ Jackson, but remained as defensive coordinator.

After one season as the Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive backs coach, Moss became head coach of the Ottawa Gee-Gees football team. He led Ottawa to the 1980 Vanier Cup and won the Quebec University Football League coach of the year award in 1982. Moss returned to the Argonauts as Defensive Coordinator in 1983 and helped coach the team to victory in the 71st Grey Cup.

On December 18, 1984, Moss was named head coach of the Ottawa Rough Riders. Moss coached the Riders to a 7–9 record and a playoff berth in his first season as head coach. He was fired during his second season after losing ten of eleven games. His overall record as Rough Riders head coach is 10–19.

After his firing, Moss served as an assistant with the Toronto Argonauts, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, and Ottawa Rough Riders in the CFL, and the New Jersey Red Dogs and Toronto Phantoms of the Arena Football League. He has also scouted for the Tiger-Cats.

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Joe Moss Wikipedia