Moore was released by the Giants on Thursday, Ralph Vacchiano of SNY.tv reports.
Moore hasn't appeared in regular-season NFL action since the 2015 season with Houston, when he made 16 tackles in seven games. He'll look to catch on with another team as a depth option at safety.
Moore was found to not have a concussion after leaving Thursday's game early and being tested for one, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Moore left after taking a big hit in the third quarter, but he'll be able to practice in full and shouldn't be held back at all now that he's been found to not have a concussion. Moore had been playing with the second team defense and figures to stay in that spot going forward.
The Browns have signed Moore, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Moore, who was cut after one disappointing season with the Texans, will look to revive his career with Cleveland, where he figures to compete for time at free safety with Jordan Poyer.
The Texans released Moore on Thursday, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.
A free-agent splash just one year ago, Moore quickly fell out of favor in the Texans' defensive backfield and didn't make an appearance after Week 7. Finishing with 16 tackles (10 solo) and one interception, the 26-year-old could find a role elsewhere next season, but a contract in the ballpark of the one agreed to in 2015 (three years, $12 million) is no doubt out of the question.
Moore (illness) is out for Sunday's game against Indianapolis.
Moore has played less than half of the defensive snaps for Houston this year, so his absence shouldn't change much for the defense.
Former Broncos safety Rahim Moore has agreed to terms with the Texans, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Moore was a second-round selection out of UCLA by the Broncos in the 2011 NFL draft. In his four seasons with Denver, Moore totaled 196 tackles and eight interceptions. Four of those interceptions came this past season.
However, Moore will long be linked with allowing Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco pass to go over his head and into the arms of receiver Jacoby Jones for a late 70-yard touchdown in a divisional round playoff game following the 2012 regular season. The Ravens won that game in double overtime as a result.
The Texans are closing in on a deal with free agent free safety Rahim Moore, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports on Thursday.
Moore visited Houston on Wednesday. The 25-year-old spent his first four seasons with the Broncos registering 196 tackles and eight interceptions. Last season, he posted 43 tackles and a career-high four interceptions.
Free agent safety Rahim Moore will visit the Texans on Wednesday, reports Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports.
Moore, 25, spent his first four seasons with the Broncos, registering 196 tackles and eight interceptions. Last season, he posted 43 tackles and a career-high four interceptions.
The revamped Broncos DST pressured Colts quarterback Andrew Luck into some mistakes Week 1. The unit hit Luck six times, getting 1.5 sacks from defensive end DeMarcus Ware and another sack from linebacker Nate Irving.
Safety Rahim Moore intercepted a pair of deflected passes. Linebacker Brandon Marshall, replacing the injured Danny Trevathan, made a game-high 10 tackles, two for loss, and broke up a pass. Denver stuffed Luck on a 4th-and-goal sneak attempt from the 1.
The rejuvenated Broncos DST gets a juicy matchup Week 2 when the Chiefs visit Denver.
Broncos safety Rahim Moore intercepted two deflected passes in the Week 1 win over the Colts.
Moore, who had two interceptions all of last season, got his first pick in the first quarter when Andrew Luck overthrew tight end Dwayne Allen and corner Aqib Talib tipped it. In the fourth quarter, tight end Coby Fleener couldn't handle a high throw from Luck and Moore dove for the interception.
Moore added three tackles. He'll play the Chiefs in Week 2.
Broncos safety Rahim Moore, who underwent leg surgery in November, is almost back to 100 percent, general manager John Elway said. Moore is entering the final year of his contract. He played in 10 games last season, making 44 tackles and two interceptions.
Broncos free safety Rahim Moore remains out with a leg injury that has sidelined him since mid-November. John Fox said he still considers Moore "day-to-day" and that he will play once cleared by medical personnel.
Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe (illness) and safety Rahim Moore (leg) did not practice Wednesday as Denver prepared for Sunday's playoff game against San Diego, reports USA Today.
The Broncos were without three defensive players as they returned to practice Monday ahead of Sunday's divisional playoff game vs. San Diego, reports the Denver Post. Defensive ends Derek Wolfe and Shaun Phillips and safety Rahim Moore were absent.
Wolfe has practiced twice since suffering seizure-like symptoms in late November. Moore (leg) was eligible to return to practice last week, but has not done so, the report said. No word yet on the reason for Phillips' absence.
Broncos free safety Rahim Moore, who has been out with a lower leg injury since mid-November, is done for the season, as expected. He started the first 10 games before sustaining the injury.
Moore had been placed on IR with designation to return, but this week was the last opportunity for the team to activate him. He did not return to practice.
Broncos defensive back Rahim Moore suffered a setback in his recovery from a leg injury, the Denver Post reported Friday. According to the report, Moore's setback has kept him from even being able to run yet, putting his chances of coming off injured reserve at some point this season at risk.
Moore is not eligible to return until the AFC Championship game, at the earliest.
The Broncos placed safety Rahim Moore on short-term injured reserve. Moore can't practice for six weeks or appear in a game for at least eight weeks.
Moore's only hope of returning this season are in the playoffs. He underwent leg surgery Tuesday.
Broncos interim head coach Jack Del Rio said safety Rahim Moore underwent surgery Monday morning for lateral compartment syndrome. Del Rio said the timeline for his return is unknown.
Broncos safety Rahim Moore is expected to miss several weeks after sustaining a serious lower leg injury Week 11 vs. Kansas City, NFL sources told The Denver Post. Moore left Sunday's game midway through the second quarter.
Broncos safety Rahim Moore left in the first half against the Chiefs with what the team called a lower leg injury. Moore had two tackles and a pass defended before getting hurt.