Sterling Moore, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 25 years old
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed Sterling Moore after he spent nearly three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys. Moore was undrafted out of SMU and originally joined the Oakland Raiders in 2011 before catching on with the New England Patriots.
His big moment for the Pats came in the AFC Championship game during his rookie season when he broke up a pass intended for Baltimore Ravens receiver Lee Evans, which would have given the Ravens the lead with less than 30 seconds to play.
Moore continued to play close to receivers his whole career and has always played well when called upon. He has experience at both safety and corner and is a physical tackler that can also help a lot on special teams.
The young corner has four interceptions, with one returned for a score in his career.
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