"We'd like to get our return game better both kickoff and punt whether it be a corner returner or a WR," said general manager Jerry Angelo.
Moss is rated as the fourth receiver prospect by scout.com and could be available when the Bears are on the clock with the 26th pick. If the Bears are unable to add Antwaan Randle El in free agency, Moss could be the backup plan.
"I spoke with them my first night and at the Senior Bowl," Moss said. "I feel kind of comfortable talking to them, and they've shown a lot of interest."
"I am very excited about my special teams (abilities)," Rodgers said. "I am looking forward winning a kickoff return, special teams job."
The five-foot-11, 190-pounder will have to work on his hands to be a successful receiver on the next level. The junior has the speed to stretch the field and has upside if he can catch the ball consistently.
At 5-foot-9, 192-pounds Green compares himself to Dante Hall, but doesn't want to fall into the trap of being pigeonholed in a role early in his career.
"That's one of the things I want teams to recognize," Green said. "That I can be a great return guy and also a great receiver. Just being that slot guy, being the guy who adds a little excitement on the football that may strike up the crowd that one extra time, or do something to win the game."
Green is a versatile prospect who can produce in a variety of ways. He projects as a middle round pick and could be a third receiver at the next level but who must earn his wage on special teams.