INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Colts are going through the next phase of their voluntary offseason workout program, and one of their cornerstone defensive players apparently is voluntarily not participating. Kenny Moore II, one of the NFL’s top nickel cornerbacks, was present but did not participate in Wednesday’s organized team activities (OTAs) portion of the offseason. […]
Moore, 26, has experienced quite the upward career trajectory. Beginning his tenure in Indianapolis as a former UDFA in 2017, he quickly emerged as a starter and key contributor to the team’s secondary. As a result, he was given a four-year extension in 2019. The $30M in new money he received as a result of the deal was a record for slot corners.
INDIANAPOLIS – We got our first 11-on-11 look at the 2022 Colts on Wednesday afternoon. Just a reminder that Wednesday was the 2nd of 9 OTA/minicamp sessions for the Colts, meaning they do line up offense vs. defense out on the practice field. This is Phase Three of the...
Coming off of his first Pro Bowl season, Indianapolis Colts' cornerback Kenny Moore II wants a new contract.
Indianapolis Colts cornerback Kenny Moore's name can be added to the list of notable players across the league who are sitting out the start of their team's voluntary organized team activities (OTAs) this week. Moore joins the likes of seven-time Pro Bowl center Alex Mack of the San Francisco 49ers,...
According to Joel Erickson, Colts CB Kenny Moore is not participating in on-field OTAs today to show displeasure with his current contract. Moore has two years remaining on the four-year, $33 million extension he signed with the team in 2019 and is set to make base salaries of $6.5 million and $7.795 million. Erickson says he feels like that’s not enough for how important he is to the defense.
Indianapolis Colts cornerback Kenny Moore is unhappy with his contract and not participating in OTA practices, the Indianapolis Star reported
Among the many notable absentees from ongoing OTAs is Colts cornerback Kenny Moore. As is the case with a number of other players skipping the voluntary program, he is doing so in the hopes of landing a more lucrative contract, as detailed by Joel A. Erickson of the Indy Star (Twitter link).
The Indianapolis Colts have started OTAs but one of their best players, Kenny Moore, is sitting out due to frustrations with his contract. This time of the NFL offseason is all about OTAs and contract negotiations, and frequently, the two overlap. Players send messages to their franchise by not showing up to OTAs to make clear that they’re frustrated with their current contract situation. That trend has made its way to the Indianapolis Colts.
Moore isn't participating during OTAs this week due to a contract dispute, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports. Per Erickson, Moore is with the team during OTAs, but he won't be participating in the voluntary workouts. The undrafted defensive back out of Valdosta State racked up 102 tackles (82 solo), 13 pass deflections, four interceptions, a sack and a forced fumble last year and is set to make $6.75 million in 2022.