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The Denver Broncos cut wide receiver David Moore on Tuesday, according to a source. The move isn't unexpected after the team added John Brown last week. Moore was active for two games but didn't record a reception on his two targets. The Broncos are also looking forward to the return of Jerry Jeudy, who remains on Injured Reserve after suffering a high ankle sprain in the season opener. Jeudy has resumed workouts but has a less than 50% chance to return on Thursday night against the Cleveland Browns. There's a much better chance that Jeudy will make his return in Week 8 against the Washington Football Team. The second-year wideout figures to return to a considerable role in Denver's offense and should be rostered in all leagues.
The Denver Broncos are signing wide receiver David Moore from the Las Vegas Raiders practice squad on Monday with KJ Hamler (knee) done for the year after suffering a torn ACL in the Week 3 win over the New York Jets. Moore spent the last four seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, where he caught 78 passes on 134 targets for 1,163 yards and 13 touchdowns in 47 games (14 starts). The 26-year-old pass-catcher was cut by the Carolina Panthers in training camp before landing on the Raiders practice squad. Jerry Jeudy (ankle) remains out for the foreseeable future. Courtland Sutton and Tim Patrick will be the team's top two receivers, with Diontae Spencer likely the first option to handle No. 3 duties. Moore could have some opportunities, but it'll likely take some time for him to learn Denver's playbook.
The Las Vegas Raiders signed free agent wide receiver David Moore to their practice squad on Friday. The Carolina Panthers recently released him after signing a two-year deal with the team during the offseason. The 26-year-old hauled in 35 catches for 417 yards and six touchdowns over 16 games for the Seattle Seahawks in 2020. Moore will look to carve out a role in the Raiders offense and will be behind Henry Ruggs III, Bryan Edwards, Willie Snead IV, and Hunter Renfrow on the wide receiver depth chart. Fantasy managers can avoid Moore in all upcoming fantasy drafts.
The Carolina Panthers have released wide receiver David Moore after signing him during the free agency period this offseason. The former Seattle receiver saw his spot on the depth chart continue to fall with the emergence of Shi Smith, Brandon Zylstra, and Terrace Marshall Jr. With D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson headlining the Carolina receiving core, there just wasn't enough of a role for Moore to play in the offense. The 26-year-old could find a new home on a team with a thin receiving core but likely won't have a significant role elsewhere. He can be disregarded in all fantasy formats for now.
The Carolina Panthers agreed to a two-year deal worth $4.75 million with $1.25 million guaranteed with free-agent wide receiver David Moore on Thursday, according to a source. Moore will reunite with general manager Scott Fitterer, who was with more in Seattle. With Curtis Samuel leaving for Washington, Moore will have an opportunity to take on a bigger role in Carolina. The 26-year-old had 35 catches for 417 yards and a career-high six touchdowns in 16 games in his final season in Seattle in 2020. He'll have a chance to be the team's starting slot receiver alongside DJ Moore and Robby Anderson, but even that role may not be all that fantasy friendly, as running back Christian McCaffrey should still command plenty of aerial targets. But Moore could be worth a late-round flier as a deep sleeper.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore has been steadily settling into his WR3 role for this offense through the first month of the season. In Week 5, he has the potential to have another solid week against the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings are one of the worst teams at defending wide receivers, and the Seahawks have been eviscerating everyone. Moore doesn't get enough volume to enter the WR2 conversation, but in a matchup that could be high-scoring, he should secure WR3 value pretty easily. He can be a flex play this week.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore underwhelmed in Week 3, but he has another shot to perform in Week 4 against the Miami Dolphins. He's the team's third receiving option, but this offense has been one of the league's best due to their efficiency which benefits him. Quarterback Russell Wilson is great at connecting with his receivers on deep balls, and, in deeper leagues, Moore gives you some interesting value. In 12-team leagues, he's a WR4 for the week, but he can give you value in deeper leagues as a WR3.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore isn't a perfect option for fantasy, but in Week 3 he has WR3 value in 14-team leagues. Moore is playing on one of the NFL's most high-octane offenses with arguably the league's hottest quarterback in Russell Wilson. He has a good combination of size and athleticism, and his quarterback just has to give him a chance down in the red zone. If the Dallas Cowboys are able to get their offense working properly, Moore could have a solid path to a big afternoon when Seattle is forced to throw. He shouldn't be started in shallow leagues, but if you're in a deeper league, he's at least worth considering as a flex option.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore had the most improbable touchdown of the season on Sunday night, but it counts just the same. He caught all three of his targets for 48 yards and the score. Due to wide receiver Phillip Dorsett's (foot) injury, the third wide receiver role in Seattle is up for grabs. He's shown a connection with quarterback Russell Wilson so far in his career, and as long as Dorsett remains out, Moore is going to present WR4/5 value on a weekly basis in deeper leagues.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore, who was on a restricted free-agent tender worth $2.13 million, agreed to a reworked contract on Saturday and will remain in Seattle, according to a source. Moore will remain with the team for at least the 2020 season. The 25-year-old had just 17 catches for 301 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games last year. While it's always nice to have Russell Wilson as your quarterback, Moore just doesn't figure to see enough of a workload as the No. 3 wideout behind Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf to be much of a fantasy option in standard-sized leagues. He's likely to face even face more competition for targets later in the year when Josh Gordon returns.
Seattle Seahawks wide receivers Phillip Dorsett II and David Moore will battle for the No. 3 wideout job behind Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf in training camp this summer. Dorsett, a former first-round pick of the Colts back in 2015, should have a leg up in this competition, but the 27-year-old has underwhelmed in five seasons in the NFL to this point. He had 29 receptions for 397 yards and a career-high five touchdowns in 14 games (four starts) for a Patriots team in 2019 lacking wideout depth. Moore, a seventh-rounder in 2017, has 43 receptions for 746 yards and seven touchdowns in three seasons (31 games) for Seattle. The winner of this battle won't be very relevant in standard-size fantasy leagues in this run-first offense.
Seattle Seahawks restricted free-agent wide receiver David Moore officially signed his tender on Sunday. Moore will return to Seattle for at least one more season after the 25-year-old was given an original-round tender from the Seahawks. He's set to make $2.133 million in 2020 before hitting free agency again next offseason. The seventh-round pick in 2017, Moore has 43 catches and seven touchdowns in his three seasons in the NFL, and he recorded only 17 receptions (34 targets) for 301 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games (one start) in 2019. With D.K. Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, Phillip Dorsett and tight end Greg Olsen ahead of Moore in the pecking order in the passing game, it'll take an injury or two to make Moore a fantasy relevant deep threat in deeper leagues next season.
The Seattle Seahawks placed an original-round tender on restricted free-agent wide receiver David Moore on Monday, according to a source. Moore, a seventh-round pick in 2017, had just 17 catches for 301 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games (one start) in 2019. He has a total of 43 receptions for 746 yards (17.3 yards per catch) and seven touchdowns in 31 games (eight starts) for Seattle in his three seasons. If he stays in Seattle, Moore will be behind D.K. Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and tight ends Greg Olsen and Will Dissly in the receiving pecking order, leaving him very little fantasy upside as a deep threat in a run-first offense.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore was instrumental in Seattle's win in Philly last week, but he'll likely fall out of the regular rotation now that Malik Turner and Jaron Brown are back. Moore split time equally with the other two, racking up 17 catches during the regular season while Brown caught 16 and Turner caught 15. Without a clear favorite, all three ending up bringing nearly no fantasy value to the table. All three are capable of snagging a touchdown here or there, especially since head coach Pete Carroll and quarterback Russell Wilson have no qualms about digging deep on the depth chart around the end zone, but each is just a roll of the dice.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore didn't set any records like his teammate D.K. Metcalf did, but he played a huge role in Sunday's win against the Eagles. First, while working as the team's punt returner, Moore made a fair catch on Philly's first punt. However, the Eagles' gunner apparently completely missed it, and he proceeded to make a perfect form tackle on Moore, much to his surprise. The 15-yard penalty gave Seattle great field position and led to their first scoring opportunity. Moore would become even more important near the end of the first half though. On a 3rd-and-10 outside field goal range, Moore caught a comeback pass well short of the first down marker while running back towards the line of scrimmage. He was able to drop his man and dash around the outside, picking up a blocker along the way. 38 yards later, he was finally brought down, and his gain would lead to Seattle scoring the first of their two touchdowns on the day.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore could end up being one of the team's key components in Sunday's playoff game. With Malik Turner out and Jaron Brown questionable, Moore will be the team's clear-cut No. 3 receiver. Facing a defense that regularly removes tight ends, Moore could be tasked with picking up some of the slack on the outside. In the teams' first meeting, Turner caught a long touchdown pass, so Seattle isn't shy about using the full extent of their depth chart to strike deep. If Moore can put up one of his signature acrobatic catches for a score, he could be the hero of the weekend.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore has been a missing person for the vast majority of this season, but this week may be his chance to shine. The 24-year-old who made a splash in the preseason with acrobatic catches was constantly shoved down the depth chart throughout the season, but injuries have kept him bubbling back up. Sunday night, Moore will probably get a couple of chances to make game-changing catches. The key will be whether he can come up with them. For Seattle to win the game, they'll need backups to step up. Moore will be one of the prime possibilities for that move.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore has taken a back seat this season after his acrobatic antics made him a highlight-reel regular last year, but he's still roaming around and snagging a couple balls just about every week. He made his presence known on Monday night when he got behind the coverage and hauled in a huge 60-yard touchdown catch in Seattle's win against the Vikings. Moore didn't have a defender within 20 yards of him when he caught the bomb from quarterbackRussell Wilson, the product of an obviously blown coverage. Moore has the skills to make the phenomenal catches and one-off big plays, but his spot on the depth chart limits his predictable production. He does have some sweet moves from New Edition's playbook, though.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore was targeted four times but only hauled in one pass for 23 yards against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 8. Four targets ties a season-high for the 24-year-old-and he's only produced one touchdown so far. On a run-heavy team with Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf ahead of him in the pecking order, Moore is best left on the waiver wire for now.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore finally got in on the action on Thursday night as he juked his way into the end zone on a screen play. It was only his third catch of the season, and it seemed relatively pedestrian compared to the acrobatic grabs that garnered headlines for him last year. At least, it was pedestrian until it was just him against Marcus Peters in the open field six yards from the end zone. Then he quickly sidestepped Peters and left him flailing at air as Moore hightailed it to the near pylon and cruised in for six. Moore has been supplanted this season by D.K. Metcalf, but he's still hanging around in the wings. If the injury bug strikes, owners should expect Moore to see more action.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore finally got into the action for the first time on Sunday, but he only caught one pass on the afternoon. As expected, Moore's catch was a nifty one that featured him coming back and around a defender to be able to reach the wet, slippery ball, but the lack of chances continues to limit his potential. Moore was initially pegged as the team's likely No. 2 receiver, but it looks like everyone's infatuated with D.K. Metcalf so far, so Moore's looking more like he'll be battling for table scraps. His incredible acrobatics will allow him to make highlight reels often, but it doesn't look like he'll be hitting box scores as regularly.
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that wide receiver David Moore (shoulder) has a "really good chance" to play in Week 3 against the Saints. If Moore makes his debut in Week 3, he'll likely be limited in three-wide sets with Tyler Lockett and rookie D.K. Metcalf, although Moore will likely be the third receiving option, at best. He's one to watch in deeper leagues, but he shouldn't be in any starting lineups if he gets cleared for Sunday's game. Jaron Brown, who hasn't caught a single pass in the first two games, will rightfully fall down the depth chart with Moore returning.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore (shoulder) practiced well this week and could return in Week 3, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Moore could become a fixture in three-receiver sets with Tyler Lockett and rookie D.K. Metcalf when he's healthy, but he's realistically only an option for those in deep leagues in a run-first offense. The 24-year-old seventh-round pick in 2017 caught 26 passes for 445 yards and five touchdowns last year. Metcalf has more upside and is the better stash for fantasy owners. Moore missed the Week 1 season opener and will sit out again in Week 2 against the Steelers.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore (shoulder) was limited in practice on Wednesday. It's a good sign for Moore, but he's expected to miss Week 2 and possibly Week 3. In this run-first offense, Moore should be found on the waiver wire right now in most every league. Tyler Lockett (back) is also banged up after seeing just two targets in the season opener. It's looking like D.K. Metcalf will have a real early season role in this passing attack, and he's worth a flier off the waiver wire if he's available in your league.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore (arm) will not play in Week 1 against the Bengals and will also miss Week 2. Head coach Pete Carroll is optimistic that Moore will have a decent chance to return in Week 3 or after, though. Tyler Lockett should be in all fantasy lineups for the season opener in a good matchup with the Bengals, while Jaron Brown, Malik Turner and rookie D.K. Metcalf and John Ursua should have more opportunities to begin the year as well. Brown and Metcalf are simply dart throws as WR4/flex types to begin the season in deeper leagues.
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