The Ravens have re-signed Moore, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Moore caught just three passes for 21 yards in 14 games for the Ravens in 2019, but the team values his special-teams contributions as well as the depth he provides at wideout. The 6-foot-1, 200-pounder was a fourth-round pick by Baltimore in 2016 and caught a career-high 19 passes in 2018.
Moore had three catches for 21 yards on five targets in 2019. Moore's stock officially bottomed out in his fourth season, playing just 15.7 percent of the offensive snaps and setting career lows in targets, receptions and yardage. Baltimore's need to overhaul most of its receiving corps became obvious during its playoff loss to Tennessee, and Moore's almost non-existent 2019 does not bode well for him being re-signed by the club when he hits free agency in March. Moore has some athleticism and has shown flashes of potential in the NFL, and while that should help him land a second contract, it doesn't mean that contract will be with Baltimore.
Moore (concussion) was cleared to return to Sunday's game against the Bills, Daniel Oyefusi of The Baltimore Sun reports. Moore briefly exited Sunday's game while being checked for a concussion but was cleared for a return. His return should only affect the special teams for the Ravens.
Moore was forced out of Sunday's game against the Bills with a concussion. Moore isn't a big factor in the Ravens' passing attack, but his absence is a hit to the team's special-teams corps Sunday.
Moore (thumb) is officially active for Monday's game against the Rams. Moore suited up as a full participant for Saturday's practice, so his inclusion in the lineup isn't a surprise. With the 2016 fourth-round pick healthy, he'll assume his usual depth receiver role for the game.
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|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|3||09/29||Kansas City Chiefs||4||16.68|
|10||11/16||@New England Patriots||1||12.76|
|16||12/27||New York Giants||29||26.00|
|3 Year Avg||23||13||155||1||6||11.92||21|