The Washington Football Team released Moses, 30, last month after signing former Bears left tackle Charles Leno. Washington is expected to start Leno at left tackle and rookie Sam Cosmi, a second-round pick, at right tackle. Moses started the last 96 regular-season games for Washington, and 95 of those starts came at right tackle. He was pressed into action at left tackle for one game last season, and his only start as a rookie in 2014 came at left tackle. So Moses has two more NFL starts at left tackle than the Bears’ entire current collection of offensive linemen. Washington didn’t need Moses at left tackle when he broke into the starting lineup because Trent Williams was in place then. Some believe he has the ability to play left tackle, but he’s definitely better at right tackle. If the Bears sign Moses, he probably would be in the mix at left tackle in the event the team doesn’t believe rookie Teven Jenkins is ready to play on the quarterback’s blind side. But Jenkins will be given every opportunity to nail down the starting job at left tackle.