Moore was released by the Falcons on Monday, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports.
Moore has managed just two complete 16-game seasons in his seven-year career, and 2015 wasn't one of them. Limited to 11 appearances due to groin and ankle concerns, he was eventually placed on injured reserve as a result of the latter injury, but not before totaling 51 tackles (38 solo), two interceptions, and one forced fumble. While he turns 31 in the offseason, he likely can offer safety depth to another organization, as long as he remains healthy.
Moore tallied 51 tackles and two interceptions in 11 games before he was sidelined for the season with an ankle injury.
Injuries have been a problem for Moore throughout his entire career, but he's been solid when he's been on the field. He'll be pressed by some young players in the offseason, but he has two years remaining on his contract and should start at safety if he is healthy in 2016.
Moore (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
Derailed by injuries for a second straight year, Moore has now played 12+ games just once in his last five seasons. He's still one of the Falcons' top defensive players when healthy, but the team may want to address his projected 2016 cap number of $6.65 million. In any case, Kemal Ishmael and Robenson Therezie are the candidates to start alongside Ricardo Allen for the rest of the season.
Moore (groin) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in San Francisco.
Moore didn't practice all week and will miss a second straight game. Kemal Ishmael figures to fill in at safety, but with Robenson Therezie possibly getting some of the snaps, the situation is best avoided in IDP leagues.
Moore (groin) did not practice Wednesday.
After sustaining the groin injury during the Falcons' Week 7 matchup against the Titans, Moore was unable to play in Week 8 against the Buccaneers. Any fantasy owners should monitor Moore's status throughout the week leading up to Sunday's contest against newly-named starting quarterback Blaine Gabbert and the 49ers.
Moore (groin) has been ruled out for Sunday's game, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Moore wasn't able to practice this week after sustaining a groin injury during Week 7's contest against the Titans. Kemal Ishmael or Robenson Therezie will likely fill-in for the 30-year-old safety against the Buccanears Sunday.
Moore (groin) did not practice Thursday, Kelsey Conway of AtlantaFalcons.com reports.
That's now back-to-back practices missed by the 30-year-old safety after sustaining a groin injury during the first half of Sunday's game against the Titans. His status for Week 8 still appears to be in the air, but an official game-time designation will likely come sometime after Friday's practice.
Moore (groin) will not practice Wednesday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Moore was forced out of Sunday's game against the Titans during the first half due to a groin injury. Since he's already been ruled out for Wednesday's practice session, Moore's status will have to be monitored throughout the week. If Moore is unable to recover in time, Kemal Ishmael would figure to assume his starting safety position for Sunday's game versus the Buccaneers.
Moore (groin) was ruled out of Sunday's game in Tennessee, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Moore left in the first half with a groin concern and didn't return, yielding his spot at strong safety to Kemal Ishmael. After tallying an unassisted tackle Sunday, Moore's line for the season reads 36 tackles (29 solo), two interceptions, and one forced fumble across seven games.
Falcons safety William Moore shook off an illness that sidelined him Thursday to practice fully Friday, per the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Moore is listed as probable for Sunday against the Giants and should start. He recorded nine tackles and an interception in Week 1.
Falcons safety William Moore missed Thursday's practice due to an illness.
In Monday's opener against the Eagles, Moore finished second among Falcons defenders to tackle-fiend Paul Worrilow, racking up nine (seven solo) to go with one pass defended. The severity of Moore's illness is unknown, but Friday's injury report should lay out a clearer picture of his ability to suit up in Week 2 against the Giants.
Falcons linebacker William Moore racked up nine total tackles and a pass defended in Monday's win over the Eagles.
Moore's nine tackles trailed only Paul Worrilow for the team lead. Moore won't always have the benefit of playing against the Eagles, but he should put up solid defensive statistics throughout the year.
Falcons strong safety William Moore is hoping to be cleared for at least some activity this offseason after undergoing major shoulder surgery after last year.
"I haven't the slightest idea," Moore told ESPN when asked when he will be given clearance. "We're still rehabbing. We're sore right now from rehab, but my body feels excellent. My weight is great. I'm at 220. I was at 230, 232. With this defense, we're running and hitting. I'm still going to be down in the box. I'm excited about that."
Moore separated his shoulder in Week 4 and was placed on injured reserve with a designation to return. He then re-injured it in December, which limited his action to just seven games in 2014.
The Falcons will be without safety William Moore for the rest of the season with a shoulder injuy and was placed on the injured-reserve.
Safety Sean Baker was promoted from the practice squad to replace Moore.
Moore was only able to play seven games for Atlanta this season while dealing with multiple injuries. He totaled 25 tackles and two forced fumbles for the Falcons.
The Falcons were unable to provide updates on injuries suffered by running back Steven Jackson and safety William Moore, the team announced Monday. Both will have further testing done Monday on injuries sustained in Week 16's game against the Saints.
Moore sustained a shoulder injury Sunday to the same shoulder he injured in Week 4. He did not return to action. Jackson suffered a quad injury in the second quarter and was also unable to return to the game.
The Falcons are hoping to have both ready for Week 17 with the division on the line against the Panthers. Atlanta is a 3 1/2 point favorite, according to Vegas Insider.
Falcons safety William Moore will undergo an MRI on Monday to determine the extent of his injured shoulder, reports ESPN. Moore separated his shoulder in Week 4 and appear to have aggravated the injury after playing 41 snaps against New Orleans on Sunday.
At this point his status remains uncertain for the regular-season finale against Carolina. Atlanta is currently a 3 1/2-point home favorite against Carolina, according to Vegas Insider. The winner will advance to the postseason.
Falcons safety William Moore was forced out of Sunday's game against the Saints with a shoulder injury. Moore sustained the injury in the third quarter and was ruled questionable to return to the game. He registered two tackles before leaving the game.
The Falcons have officially listed safety William Moore (foot) active for Sunday's divisional clash against the Saints in Week 16. Moore entered the game as questionable due to a foot injury. He has 23 total tackles and two forced fumbles through six games played.
The Falcons are a 6-point road underdog at New Orleans.
The Falcons have listed three wide receivers on its final injury report for Week 16 against New Orleans. Julio Jones (hip) was the only wideout that failed to practice this week and was deemed questionable. Roddy White (knee) and Harry Douglas (foot) were ruled probable.
Meanwhile, the rest of the injury report included safety William Moore (foot) and guard Jon Asamoah (back) as questionable. Cornerback Josh Wilson (hand) was designated as probable.
After leaving Sunday’s game against the Steelers with back stiffness, Falcons coach Mike Smith said guard Jon Asamoah is considered day to day.
Smith also said safety William Moore is still receiving treatment on his injured foot and he’ll be re-evaluated in a few days. Moore was unable to play in Week 15 because of the foot injury.
The Falcons play at New Orleans Week 16.