Sterling Moore

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Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 202
Born:
College: Southern Methodist
Birth Place: Antioch, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • Saints shows some love, restructure RT Zach Strief's contract
    Saints Wire5 hours ago

    Saints shows some love, restructure RT Zach Strief's contract

    The Saints were planning for the future when they selected OT Ryan Ramczyk 32nd overall last April, but on Friday, they let longtime veteran and current starter at right tackle Zach Strief know they still value his services. New Orleans restructured the 33-year-old’s contract, giving him an opportunity to earn an extra $1 million in 2017. The Saints upped Strief’s base salary by $700K, making him set to earn $1.7 million next season. His per-game roster bonus was also raised by $300K, from $1.4 million to $1.7 million, which increases his cap hit for 2017 to $6.1 million. 2017 will be Strief’s 12th season with the Saints, who drafted him in the seventh round back in 2006. He’s made 92 starts

  • Internationally Known: Saints reach across pond for pass rush talent
    Saints Wire

    Internationally Known: Saints reach across pond for pass rush talent

    In a new initiative to promote the league overseas, the NFL rolled out the International Player Pathway program on Thursday. Teams from the NFC South were each granted an extra practice squad member, all coming over from Europe. The NFC South was randomly chosen to receive these extra players, who will be ineligible to be placed on the active roster during the regular season. Still, the experience these players will gain from being an actual team member on an NFL roster will prove invaluable. Three players from the U.K. and one player from Germany were chosen, and the Saints received defensive end Alex Jenkins. The 24-year-old native of Bath, England first began playing football at Bath City

  • Saints to honor Cortez Kennedy with helmet decals during OTAs
    Seahawks Wire

    Saints to honor Cortez Kennedy with helmet decals during OTAs

    Despite playing his entire 11-year career with the Seattle Seahawks, Cortez Kennedy will also be remembered as a member of the New Orleans Saints family. During organized team activities (OTAs) the Saints will wear a decal on their helmets with Kennedy’s number 96 emblazoned on the side. After finishing his legendary career in Seattle, Kennedy became an unofficial advisor to Saints’ general manager Mickey Loomis. Loomis had spent 15 years with the Seahawks before joining the Saints in 2000 and ultimately taking the GM role in 2002. The two became very close, with Loomis making Kennedy the godfather to his daughter. Loomis said this about Kennedy as a part of a statement he released: Many who