Damontre Moore, Defensive End
Damontre Moore emerged as one of the best defensive players in the AAF and was showing that he should be considered for the league’s Defensive MVP. As the NFL looks for more edge rushers, Moore should get looks from multiple NFL teams.
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The 26-year-old played seven games for the San Diego Fleet, making 27 total tackles, nine sacks, two forced fumbles, and 41 total pressures.
Moore has played six NFL seasons, including two games last season for the Oakland Raiders, as a rotational player. In 54 games, Moore made 77 total tackles, 11 tackles for loss, 10 sacks, two forced fumbles, 28 quarterback hits, and four passes defensed. He had a career-high 5.5 sacks in 2014 for the New York Giants.
Adding talent to the defensive line has been a point of emphasis for the Browns this off-season. Dorsey wants to build a depth chart full of players who are able to get to the quarterback for the 2019 season. So if he could sign the one of the AAF sack leaders, he should consider doing so.
After trading Emmanuel Ogbah, the Browns are currently lacking a lot of depth at defensive end. If the Browns were to sign Moore, they would be adding another rotational player on the defensive line who has shown he can get to the quarterback, even at the NFL level.