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Ex-Dolphin Ex-Niner Marlon Moore Back with the Fins

Originally posted by NCommand:
^^ Me too. I like the kid...could be a great find by Baalke.

More positive reports from camp for moore. I like that boldin said he could take the top off. harbaugh called him out for making his spectacular catch and really leaving everything on the field at practice too. Sometimes it just takes a change of scenery for a guy to really flourish, and he's never been a part of a winning culture before. He was billed as a special teams player, and we all know coaches love it when you can do more than one thing. In no scenario do i see this guy not making the roster
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With 2 key injuries, I see him making the roster with possible release in the regular season. Much more polished compared to Lockette as a wide receiver.

He started with the 1st stringers last game, that's got to be some sort of indicator.
Originally posted by GEEK:
With 2 key injuries, I see him making the roster with possible release in the regular season. Much more polished compared to Lockette as a wide receiver.

He started with the 1st stringers last game, that's got to be some sort of indicator.

I dont think they will release him in the regular season. He's good
Originally posted by xtm059:
Originally posted by GEEK:
With 2 key injuries, I see him making the roster with possible release in the regular season. Much more polished compared to Lockette as a wide receiver.

He started with the 1st stringers last game, that's got to be some sort of indicator.

I dont think they will release him in the regular season. He's good

What evidence do you have to actually support this? One catch and some preseason write-ups?
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by xtm059:
Originally posted by GEEK:
With 2 key injuries, I see him making the roster with possible release in the regular season. Much more polished compared to Lockette as a wide receiver.

He started with the 1st stringers last game, that's got to be some sort of indicator.

I dont think they will release him in the regular season. He's good

What evidence do you have to actually support this? One catch and some preseason write-ups?

He was used a good amount with the Fins offense
Originally posted by Frisco69ers:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by xtm059:
Originally posted by GEEK:
With 2 key injuries, I see him making the roster with possible release in the regular season. Much more polished compared to Lockette as a wide receiver.

He started with the 1st stringers last game, that's got to be some sort of indicator.

I dont think they will release him in the regular season. He's good

What evidence do you have to actually support this? One catch and some preseason write-ups?

He was used a good amount with the Fins offense

12 career receptions in three seasons.
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Number 2 WR behind Ricardo Lockette


I guess nobody but me thinks that Manningham will be the clear number 2 in this offense. Then it would be Kyle Williams at the number 3. I know they are coming off injuries, but modern medicine makes ACL's not that big of a thing anymore. Achilles are a little worse in my opinion, but still manageable. What we are seeing with all these extra wideout signings is a coaching staff covering their ass'. Notice they haven't really tried to make a trade or anything crazy like bringing in T.O. for a workout. To me that means Harbaugh and company are banking on the return of Manningham.

Lockette and Moore don't look like starters to me.
I mentioned this before but does this guy have a lot in common with and look a bit like Ginn? Dolphins WR who was more known for ST, #19, Similar size and look when running routes. Even the way Moore reached out and caught that ball looked like Ten Ginn. Kind of looks like a slightly bigger, slower Ginn. Maybe it's just me?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Qr4rPeF3VWM&t=602
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Aug 13, 2013 at 7:40 PM ]
i like him and we havent seen s**t from anyone else so im rooting for the kid
Originally posted by NickSh49:
12 career receptions in three seasons.


Thing about that is who were the Dolphin QBs those 3 seasons. Henne, Matt Moore and rookie-starting Tannehill. All three would back up Kaepernick or worse. I rest my case.
Originally posted by ninerjok:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
12 career receptions in three seasons.


Thing about that is who were the Dolphin QBs those 3 seasons. Henne, Matt Moore and rookie-starting Tannehill. All three would back up Kaepernick or worse. I rest my case.

Does it matter who the QB's were? Moore couldn't beat out the receivers on one of the worst teams in the NFL (or at least one of the most insignificant ones) to actually see the field.

I rest MY case son! Dude could be good, but let's not start sucking each other's dicks quite yet, aight? (hopefully you get that reference)
Moore will either make it or not based on his special teams ability and the deal breaker could be his age over Osgood. It won't be because we consider him a long term viable option at WR. I could be wrong
I thought he was an interesting signing...but now believe he'll be more than that. If you look at his per catch avg in Miami it was really good...just didn't get on the field much as a WR. He's got a great opportunity in SF and he's going for it...think this kid will surprise many this year.
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by ninerjok:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
12 career receptions in three seasons.


Thing about that is who were the Dolphin QBs those 3 seasons. Henne, Matt Moore and rookie-starting Tannehill. All three would back up Kaepernick or worse. I rest my case.

Does it matter who the QB's were? Moore couldn't beat out the receivers on one of the worst teams in the NFL (or at least one of the most insignificant ones) to actually see the field.

I rest MY case son! Dude could be good, but let's not start sucking each other's dicks quite yet, aight? (hopefully you get that reference)

He seems to be playing well now, has special teams value, is still relatively young. Miami is a mess, no one did well there. Moore has every opportunity to become a consistent WR, though probably just a role player, which we need anyways. I think he might be good, especially since our front office doesn't know what a good WR looks like in the draft
Originally posted by Big_Daddy:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by ninerjok:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
12 career receptions in three seasons.


Thing about that is who were the Dolphin QBs those 3 seasons. Henne, Matt Moore and rookie-starting Tannehill. All three would back up Kaepernick or worse. I rest my case.

Does it matter who the QB's were? Moore couldn't beat out the receivers on one of the worst teams in the NFL (or at least one of the most insignificant ones) to actually see the field.

I rest MY case son! Dude could be good, but let's not start sucking each other's dicks quite yet, aight? (hopefully you get that reference)

He seems to be playing well now, has special teams value, is still relatively young. Miami is a mess, no one did well there. Moore has every opportunity to become a consistent WR, though probably just a role player, which we need anyways. I think he might be good, especially since our front office doesn't know what a good WR looks like in the draft

Davone Bess & Brian Hartline are actually pretty good players. Not great, but better than Moore I would wager.