|Ht / Wt:||6'1" / 206 lb.|
|Born:||June 16, 1993|
|Drafted:||2016 / Rd. 4 (107)|
The Ravens have re-signed Moore, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Moore caught just three passes for 21 yards in 14 games for the Ravens in 2019, but the team values his special-teams contributions as well as the depth he provides at wideout. The 6-foot-1, 200-pounder was a fourth-round pick by Baltimore in 2016 and caught a career-high 19 passes in 2018.
Moore had three catches for 21 yards on five targets in 2019.
Analysis: Moore's stock officially bottomed out in his fourth season, playing just 15.7 percent of the offensive snaps and setting career lows in targets, receptions, and yardage. Baltimore's need to overhaul most of its receiving corps became obvious during its playoff loss to Tennessee, and Moore's almost non-existent 2019 does not bode well for him being re-signed by the club when he hits free agency in March. Moore has some athleticism and has shown flashes of potential in the NFL, and while that should help him land a second contract, it doesn't mean that contract will be with Baltimore.
Moore (concussion) was cleared to return to Sunday's game against the Bills, Daniel Oyefusi of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Analysis: Moore breifly exited Sunday's game while being checked for a concussion, but as evidenced by this news, was cleared for a return. His return will likely only affect the special teams for the Ravens.
Moore was forced out of Sunday's game against the Bills with a concussion.
Analysis: Moore isn't a big factor in the Ravens' passing attack, but his absence is a hit to the team's special-teams corps Sunday.
Moore (thumb) is officially active for Monday's game against the Rams.
Analysis: Moore suited up as a full participant for Saturday's practice, so his inclusion in the lineup isn't a surprise. With the 2016 fourth-round pick healthy, he'll assume his usual depth receiver role for the game.
Moore (thumb) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Rams, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Moore was a full participant at Saturday's practice, so it seems likely the fourth-year receiver will be available Monday. Moore's modest production through eight games (three receptions) likely indicates he's not a critical option in fantasy.
Moore (thumb) was a limited participant in Friday's practice.
Analysis: Moore is trying to get back healthy after missing Baltimore's last two games. He'll be looking to ramp up his activity over the week's final two practices ahead of Monday night's game against the Rams. If he is able to go, Moore figures to spend the majority of his time playing special teams.
Moore (thumb) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Moore appears to have a shot at suiting up against the Rams on Monday. The 26-year-old has missed Baltimore's last two contests. If he's is indeed able to retake the field Week 12, Moore projects to play his usual role on special teams.
Coach John Harbaugh said Moore has a broken thumb and could play in Week 12's Monday night game against the Rams, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Analysis: Moore has missed two straight games with this injury, but Harbaugh's leaving the possibility open for him to get back into the fold. His practice status will be monitored this week, and the team won't reveal its first injury report until Thursday. Moore enjoyed an uptick in offensive usage while Marquise Brown (ankle) sat out, but he'll likely revert to a specialist role once he's healthy again.
Moore (thumb) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Texans.
Analysis: Moore only logged limited practice time this week after sitting out Week 10 with the thumb issue. As evidenced by this news, the issue will hold him out of another contest, but he hasn't been effective in the pass game, logging just three catches for 21 yards in eight games this season.
Moore (thumb) is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Texans.
Analysis: Moore was a limited practice participant this week but will have a chance to return from the one-game absence. The 26-year-old isn't a significant factor in Baltimore's passing game with three catches for 21 yards in eight games this season.
Moore (thumb) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Analysis: Moore missed Sunday's win over the Bengals due to a thumb issue initially sustained Week 9 against New England. He logged a trio of limited practices last week, so Wednesday's session doesn't represent any tangible progress. Moore serves a depth role in Baltimore's aerial attack.
Moore caught two of three targets for 18 total yards during Sunday's 23-17 win over Cincinnati.
Analysis: It wasn't much, but Moore earned targets for just the second game this season and made his first catches of 2019. Buried down the depth chart in a passing offense that has cooled off its hot start, it's hard to picture Moore taking the additional strides needed to be worth considering for fantasy purposes. He will, however, have a solid matchup Sunday against Seattle's 25th-ranked pass defense, surrendering 277.8 yards per game.
Moore was unable to come up with his lone target during Sunday's 40-25 loss to Cleveland. He returned three kicks for 67 yards.
Analysis: Lamar Jackson took a shot down field toward Moore midway through the second quarter for what was initially ruled a 26-yard completion, but later challenged and ruled an incompletion. Moore was better as a returner, where he returned his first three kicks of the season, but an emerging role on special teams and one near-miss in the passing game isn't enough to warrant your attention from a fantasy perspective, even against the Steelers' 20th-ranked pass defense.
Moore logged seven snaps on offense and 13 snaps on special teams and was unable to record a statistic in Sunday's win over Arizona.
Analysis: The fact that Moore only saw seven snaps Sunday is interesting considering he played 32 snaps (42 percent) in the season opener against Miami. Regardless, the 26-year-old has yet to even be targeted and carries very little fantasy value until he can prove otherwise.
Moore (illness) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: Moore was limited Wednesday due to an illness and now looks back to full health. The 2016 fourth-round pick wasn't targeted Week 1 but did play 32 snaps on offense. He'll work to make a bigger impact versus the Cardinals on Sunday.
Moore (illness) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: The fact that Moore was able to practice in some capacity while sick is a positive sign for his availability Sunday versus the Cardinals. Moore played a noticeable role in the team's offense Week 1 with 32 snaps, although he wasn't targeted once. If Moore can't shake this illness, expect Seth Roberts to see an uptick in usage.
Moore was not targeted over 32 offensive snaps Sunday against the Dolphins.
Analysis: It was surprising for Moore to play such a heavy share of the offensive snaps and not draw a single target. He played the same number of snaps as Marquise Brown and Miles Boykin combined, and those two went for a total of five catches for 152 yards and three touchdowns on six targets. Brown, Boykin, and Willie Snead are solidified as the top targets at receiver, and Baltimore also gets plenty of use out of its tight end corps. With that, targets may be tough to come by for Moore for the foreseeable future.
Moore is struggling with drops during the first week of training camp, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti and head coach John Harbaugh praised Moore during the offseason, with the former even referring to the wideout as a breakout candidate. It doesn't seem to be playing out that way at training camp, where rookie Miles Boykin reportedly has been the team's best wide receiver. Moore could still be in the mix for a starting job, but it's also possible he'll land on the roster bubble if the early struggles continue. His experience on kickoff returns should at least be one point working in his favor.
Moore appears headed for a starting role, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official website reports.
Analysis: The fourth-year pro has received praise from coach John Harbaugh and owner Steve Bisciotti in recent weeks, with the latter even referring to Moore as a "breakout candidate." He caught 19 passes while serving as the team's No. 4 wide receiver last season, also taking five carries for 17 yards and 22 kickoff returns for 491 yards. Moore's ability with the ball in his hands may be of particular interest to the Ravens, as offensive coordinator Greg Roman presumably intends to use jet sweeps and jet fakes to keep edge defenders honest against a heavy stream of runs from Lamar Jackson and Mark Ingram. In any case, Moore still needs to compete for his snaps, with Willie Snead, Marquise Brown (foot), Seth Roberts and Miles Boykin (hamstring) also viable candidates to earn starting jobs. For what it's worth, former Ravens receiver John Brown posted a tweet March 8 claiming Moore was actually the best wideout on the team last season. Brown probably should've waited a bit longer for that admission, but he did get a three-year, $27 million contract from Buffalo just a few days later.
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