William Moore

#25S,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 221
Born:
College: Missouri
Birth Place: Hayti, Missouri
Draft: 2009 2nd round (23rd pick) by the
  • ABC News

    Bucs coach apologizes for tweet mocking Falcons' Super Bowl collapse

    TAMPA, Fla. --? Tampa Bay Buccaneers?coach Dirk Koetter is not happy with the Bucs' social media team, which trolled the Atlanta Falcons on Monday for losing to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI. "I want to make sure on behalf of the Bucs organization that I apologize to the Falcons for whatever that was supposed to be that went out on social media," Koetter said. "That's not what our organization is about." It started with the Bucs promoting the online sale of team fidget spinners. The Falcons responded, "Are you nervous about something?" That's when things escalated quickly. The Bucs fired back with, "We ain't worried 'bout nothing!" along with a photo of Vernon Hargreaves (No. 28)

  • McKay: Mercedes-Benz Stadium will definitely be ready
    The Falcoholic

    McKay: Mercedes-Benz Stadium will definitely be ready

    Maybe you’ve heard, the Atlanta Falcons are getting a shiny new stadium. It should be done by the time the season starts ... we think. Mercedes-Benz Stadium has already navigated its fair share of budget adjustments, delays, and construction-related shenanigans. So as the 2017 season quickly approaches, we’re getting nervous. For what it’s worth, President/CEO Rich McKay is confident it will get done. His interview on PFT Live will air tomorrow morning, and he’s apparently going to guarantee us it will be done in time for the preseason home opener. Falcons CEO and president Rich McKay tells PFT Live in an interview to be aired Thursday morning that the team’s new stadium will be ready to go for

  • Barnwell's offseason report cards for all 32 NFL teams
    ESPN.com

    Barnwell's offseason report cards for all 32 NFL teams

    Bill Barnwell ESPN Staff Writer Bill Barnwell is a staff writer for ESPN.com. Follow on Twitter It's time to reflect on the 2017 offseason. There are a few stray veterans left in the free-agent pool, and teams could still execute something unexpected if injuries arise, but organizations have mostly closed their checkbooks and built the rosters they will take onto the field in September. Click the links below to see how I graded your team's offseason. Arizona Cardinals: A big hole at cornerback remains, but Arizona managed to retain their best pass-rusher without overpaying. How did the Cardinals grade out? Atlanta Falcons: Atlanta continued to add pieces to a young, speedy front seven and locked