It was almost like
Moore, who originally was an undrafted free agent with the team back in 2010, looked comfortable in the locker room as he looked forward to rejoining some of his familiar teammates. He caught 13 passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns in his first three seasons as a Dolphin, playing in 35 games, and spent the first eight weeks of this season with the San Francisco 49ers.
“I had to take a little hiatus and that’s the name of the game,” said Moore, who had on reception for six yard and one rushing attempt for nine yards with the Niners. “But I’m happy to be back, was happy to get the call and I’m ready to go to work with the Fins. It makes the transition a lot easier because going to a new team isn’t easy. Going to a new team in the middle of the season is hard, especially if they want you to come in there and play, so being able to come back hear and just reunite with some of my old coaches and some of my old teammates and just feel as if I never left is big.”
During his rookie season with the Dolphins, Moore broke out in style in front of his family and his hometown friends against the Oakland Raiders with a 57-yard touchdown reception. It was just his third catch as a pro in his second game.
Last season, Moore caught a 29-yard touchdown pass from then-rookie quarterback
“Watching Tannehill basically come into his own and starting to be the elite quarterback that everyone wants him to be, watching (Brian) Hartline go down there and make plays,
Moore joins Hartline, Wallace and
THIS AND THAT
LET THE MUSIC PLAY
First it was a current song that pumped up the players during their stretching period as Meek Mill’s “Polo & Shell Tops” blared over the loudspeakers. Then it was time for an old school tune with “Shining Star,” by Earth, Wind & Fire.