Nick Moore

#83WR,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 188
Born:
College: Toledo
Birth Place: Westerville, Ohio
Draft: Undrafted
  • Rams DC Wade Phillips on defending Derek Carr: "No real answers"
    Raiders Wire

    Rams DC Wade Phillips on defending Derek Carr: "No real answers"

    Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr received praise from all across the league in light of his record-setting contract extension on Thursday, for even his enemies had nothing but good things to say about the Raiders’ well-paid gunslinger. Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, who became well aquatinted with Carr during his two years (2015-16) with the Denver Broncos, spoke highly of Carr when asked how to defend the four-year veteran. “Young star QB – accurate and arm talent – the challenge is getting enough pressure on him to make him throw sooner than route time requires,” Wade said, per Ted Nguyen of Inside the Pylon. “Make him throw the check downs or quickly. No real answers

  • Rams release DT Walker amid accusations
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    Rams release DT Walker amid accusations

    Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Saints for eight years at New Orleans Times-Picayune Previously covered LSU football, San Francisco 49ers Iowa native and University of Iowa graduate Follow on Twitter The Los Angeles Rams released veteran defensive tackle Tyrunn Walker on Thursday amid reports that he has been accused of sexual assault in Lafayette, Louisiana. No charges have been filed against Walker. The Rams do not publicly comment on players they release, but a source told ESPN's Alden Gonzalez that Walker was let go largely because they did not see a place for him on their roster. According to a report by the Baton Rouge Advocate, Lafayette authorities are wrapping up an investigation

  • Studying What The Rams Do Wrong Shows That Cowboys May Have It Right
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    Studying What The Rams Do Wrong Shows That Cowboys May Have It Right

    Coming off a 13-3 regular season and their second NFC East crown in three years, the Dallas Cowboys seem to have things headed in the right direction. Although they had their playoffs rudely ended twice by the Green Bay Packers, the returning talent and some exciting new rookies offer hope that the two decades plus of postseason futility may finally come to an end. It all comes down to whether Dallas can sustain things rather than just be a flash in the pan. How to maintain the recent success is the all-important question. The answer to that, ironically, may be in a recent article by Michael Lombardi at the Ringer. The irony is because he writes about the continuing futility of the Los Angeles