Free agent cornerback Sterling Moore agreed to terms with the Buccaneers, reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Moore, 25, spent the past two seasons with Dallas. Playing every game last season, Moore had 46 tackles, 12 passes defensed and a forced fumble.
Cornerback Sterling Moore is set to visit the 49ers on Wednesday, according to the Dallas Morning News. The former Cowboys cornerback is scheduled to visit with the Steelers on Tuesday. Moore took over the nickel spot last year when Morris Claiborne was placed on injured reserve due to injury. He finished 2014 with 46 tackles and a forced fumble.
Cornerback Sterling Moore will fly to Pittsburgh on Monday to visit the Steelers, reports ESPN. Moore was not tendered by the Cowboys, making him an unrestricted free agent. He played in every game last season, recording 46 tackles and a forced fumble.
The Cowboys placed a one-year, $1.542 million tender on restricted free agent running back Lance Dunbar but did not tender corner Sterling Moore, making Moore an unrestricted free agent Tuesday, reports the Dallas Morning News. Dunbar caught 18 passes for 217 yards while running 29 times for 99 yards last season.
Cowboys cornerback Sterling Moore will become an unrestricted free agent, per ESPN.com. The team will not tender him a contract and he is now looking for work. Moore saw increased playing time due to the two-game suspension of cornerback Orlando Scandrick and the season-ending injury suffered by cornerback Morris Claiborne in week four. The fifth-year cornerback played in 16 games while starting seven in 2014.