With summer coming to an end and with pads coming on, NFL training camps have given a good feel for which players might be in position to make a significant leap this coming season. Pro Football Focus’ Ari Meirov went through all 32 NFL rosters to pick “intriguing player” from...
Cardinals WR Rondale Moore is expected to see more of the field in 2022, as Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus writes. Given the departure of Christian Kirk in free agency and the six-game suspension that DeAndre Hopkins will serve to start the season, that should not come as much of a surprise, but it is noteworthy nonetheless.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Former Trinity Shamrock wide receiver Rondale Moore returned to Louisville Friday to hold his first youth football camp. Moore, a 2021 second-round pick by the Arizona Cardinals, says his camp is more than just about teaching kids football skills. "To be honest, the most important...
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Rondale Moore discussed his mindset in 2022 as well as his relationship with quarterback Kyler Murray.
Rondale Moore is ready for a breakout second season with the Arizona Cardinals. The former Purdue product was drafted in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft for a reason. Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury recently explained the opportunity in front of Moore during minicamp and throughout the summer leading into training camp, particularly with the six-game suspension of DeAndre Hopkins coming at the start of the season. With the offseason departure of fellow receiver Christian Kirk, Moore has a gap to fill.
Could the Arizona Cardinals have created “Andy Isabella 2.0” with Rondale Moore?. This is the question that the Arizona Cardinals and fans of the team face. Unfortunately, with the uncertainty of what will happen to Rondale Moore’s role after the first six weeks of the season, it’s starting to look like these two former-second round picks could end up with the same fate.
One of the priorities Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury placed on this week’s round of on-field workouts during Arizona’s second stint of organized team activities was adding a series of new wrinkles to the offense. It’s going to look a little different, Kingsbury said, without offering any details. But by implementing the adjustments now...
Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury is prepping Rondale Moore for a more effective 2022 campaign. After Rondale Moore was picked in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft, fans were excited to see Moore get on the field. Moore lit up the stat sheet in the first two weeks of the regular season, including a big game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Teams are always changing. The same can be said for the Arizona Cardinals offense. Its core of receivers will look much different come Week 1. The team will be without DeAndre Hopkins, who is suspended for six games and also missing is Christian Kirk, who signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
TEMPE — It didn’t take long for Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Rondale Moore to flash his potential last season. Having already put on a show with a handful of tough catches during training camp and offseason workouts, Moore was quick to fill the stat sheet with 11 receptions for 182 yards and a touchdown over the first two regular season games of his NFL career.
Moore's prospects have risen since Monday's announcement that DeAndre Hopkins faces a six-game suspension to kick off the 2022 season, Jess Root of USA Today reports. The ban regards performance-enhancing substances, and in Hopkins' absence, newly acquired Marquise Brown, A.J. Green, Moore and even Antoine Wesley stand to benefit at wide receiver. Considering Hopkins works mostly on the outside, Brown likely will join Green there on the majority of snaps, leaving the slot open for the likes of Moore and veteran tight end Zach Ertz. Moore, a 2021 second-round pick, fared modestly as a rookie last season, recording 54 catches (on 64 targets) for 435 yards and one touchdown while taking 18 carries for 76 yards in 14 contests.
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