Chargers dust off Brandon Moore

Out of the NFL since 2007, linebacker Brandon Moore is back.

The Chargers announced that they have signed the player who last played in an NFL game for the 49ers three years ago, and who has spent the last two seasons with the UFL’s Las Vegas Locomotives.  Moore played for the Niners from 2002 through 2007.

To create a roster spot for Moore, the Chargers cut linebacker Darry Beckwith.

Moore is the latest former UFLer to join the NFL, a process that began once the UFL dropped its transfer fee from $150,000 to $25,000.

4 responses to “Chargers dust off Brandon Moore

  1. Just think if the UFL had their reduced transfer fee they probably would of seen double the amount of players being picked up earlier.

    So far looks like a couple of the players have done well!

  2. The Chargers do not deserve the playoffs this year. They need to get kicked hard to realize that early games are as important as late games. The three positions of dire need are a pro bowl quality MLB, SS, and RT. However the most important person for next year will be a new Special Teams Coach. The team keeps saying how he is a good coach, but the results do not bear that out. the problem has been around for years, but this year it finally got crazy. The Offense and Defense need talent. Special Teams need teaching. The coach may be a hard working, great coach, but he can not teach. not at all.

  3. BTW
    Brandon T. Moore (born on January 16, 1979 in East Meadow, New York) is an American football linebacker for the Las Vegas Locomotives of the United Football League. He was signed by the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted free agent in the 2002 NFL Draft. He played college football at Oklahoma.

    Moore has also been a member of the Arizona Cardinals. He is the younger brother of former NFL wide receiver Rob Moore.

    Moore is 31 years old

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