New York Jets second-round pick WR Elijah Moore begins training camp working with the second-team offence behind Corey Davis, Keelan Cole and Jamison Crowder, per Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. (Ralph Vacchiano on Twitter)
It's a bit surprising to see Moore working with the second-team offence after receiving such high praise through mini-camps and OTAs. He can play outside but projects as a slot receiver. The Jets reworked a deal with Jamison Crowder to remain with the team, and Crowder is one of the better slot options in the league. Moore will be used in the offence and has a lot of upside, but Crowder's presence hurts his value in year one.