Brandon Moore

#93DE,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 317
Born:
College: Texas
Birth Place: Montgomery, Alabama
  • Questions emerge if Colt McCoy can produce similar results at lesser cost than Kirk Cousins, per source
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Questions emerge if Colt McCoy can produce similar results at lesser cost than Kirk Cousins, per source

    In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. In the land of the hot take, the more preposterous and outrageous suggestion gets the buzz.  The latest fallacy of a sports debate started when Jordan Rodgers - best known for being Aaron Rodgers' brother and a winner on The Bachelorette  - said he would take Kirk Cousins over Cam Newton while talking on ESPN Radio. Rodgers laid out his reasons, mainly that Cousins is an accurate passer while Newton's game depends to much on athleticism. Rodgers:  You know what gets figured out? Athleticism. What happened to Robert Griffin? Athleticism. Teams caught up to him. They figured how to scheme him. You know what never gets schemed or what never gets

  • Scout believes free agent All Pro receiver will "more likely end up" with Patriots
    Pats Pulpit

    Scout believes free agent All Pro receiver will "more likely end up" with Patriots

    The New England Patriots don’t have a clear need at wide receiver, but that won’t stop the annual “will head coach Bill Belichick acquire [favorite 30+ year old veteran wide receiver]?” reports from circulating. Instead of Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald joining the Patriots (that storyline is so December, 2016), a new 30-year-old receiver is linked to New England, according to Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman: WR DeSean Jackson. “One scout believes Jackson will end up in either New England or Dallas, with the Patriots being the more likely choice,” Freeman writes. “This is just the scout's belief. The Patriots keep secrets better than the CIA, so no one really knows, but it could work. Belichick

  • Datone Jones, the forgotten man, should return to Green Bay in Free Agency
    Acme Packing Company

    Datone Jones, the forgotten man, should return to Green Bay in Free Agency

    The Green Bay Packers have four edge rushers hitting free agency in two weeks. Nick Perry will likely command a high salary, Julius Peppers is a Hall of Famer, and Jayrone Elliott gets a bit of publicity as a former undrafted free agent who is restricted instead of unrestricted. And then there’s Datone Jones, who seems to be discussed only rarely. In a sense, he is the forgotten man among this group of players, despite having played the 11th-most snaps of any defensive player in 2016 and the third-most among the team’s outside linebackers. He even added 158 special teams snaps as well. Yes, Datone Jones was indeed a key player for the Packers last season, even though his stat line was less than