RAHIM MOORE RUMORS & GOSSIP
Name: Anthony Harris, Safety, Virginia
Weight: 192 lbs
NFL Comparison: Rahim Moore, Denver Broncos
Positives: Harris is an interested safety. Some safeties are either big cornerbacks or small linebackers; Harris’ frame is perfect for an NFL safety. At 192 lbs, he will gain 10-15 pounds. Harris flows to the ball well. He arrives to the ball carrier quickly, and brings...
The task ahead of the Denver Broncos is daunting, yet their swagger entering a fourth-straight playoff appearance remains. The extra bye week gave the team time to heal, plan and take a breath. Orlando Franklin, T.J. Ward, Brandon Marshall and other players badly needed a break.
The Broncos are headed into the divisional round matchup against Andrew Luck’s Colts feeling confident...
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) The physical scar serves as Rahim Moore's motivation. So, too, the emotional one.
But the Broncos free safety doesn't want to ponder either one this weekend in his first playoff game since his infamous gaffe two years ago, which led to a franchise-jolting, double-overtime loss to Baltimore.
Moore missed Denver's drive to the Super Bowl last year after a rare...
Via AP on Fox
23 days ago
Denver Broncos safety Rahim Moore doesn’t have the big name like a DeMarcus Ware.
Moore doesn’t have the stats of star linebacker Von Miller.
Moore may even be the least known member of the Denver secondary that includes T.J. Ward, Aqib Talib and Chris Harris.
Despite all of that, Moore is a wanted man in training camp. People want to talk to him and Moore has no problem speaking...
Less than a year ago, Denver Broncos safety Rahim Moore found himself at a Denver hospital with the news that he was in serious condition. Doctors told him that they had about a four hour window to operate on his leg before it would have to be amputated. Moore had been injured in the middle of November, in a contest versus the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football. After...
I think it’s fair to say that Rahim Moore has been through a lot. Between “the play” in the 2013 playoffs and his leg-threatening injury last season, Moore’s confidence and body have faced quite a few setbacks.
Those around the league may see Moore as a solid safety, but the truth is that he has the talent to be a superstar.
Now, if you’re looking at a distance, that may...
When Denver Broncos safety Rahim Moore was diagnosed with acute compartment syndrome in November of last year, it may have slipped under the radar. After all, high-profile teammates Von Miller and Ryan Clady were hurt too, but Moore's injury was more serious than originally believed.Building pressure in Moore's leg caused blood flow to part of it to be cut off, killing cells....
Denver Broncos safety Rahim Moore has been a lightning rod of conversation since being drafted in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft. The UCLA-product had a reputation as a hard-hitter and showed flashes of that skill early in his career.
Things quickly changed in a sideways manner during his second professional campaign. After a strong regular season, where he established himself...
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Following a game against the Kansas City Chiefs last November, Denver Broncos safety Rahim Moore was diagnosed with acute compartment syndrome in his left leg. Moore had pulled himself from the game after his leg felt strange, and an X-ray later put his mind at ease. Little did he know, he was in danger of […]