David Moore reworks contract with Seahawks

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Wide receiver David Moore is set to stick with the Seahawks through the cut to 53 players after reworking his contract for the 2020 season.

Moore was set to make $2.13 million under the terms of the restricted free agent tender he signed with the team this offseason, but Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that he has reworked his deal in order to stick with Seattle.

Moore has been with the Seahawks since 2017 and he’s become a regular in the lineup over the last two seasons. He’s caught 43 passes for 746 yards and seven touchdowns while appearing in 30 regular season games. He also has a pair of catches for 57 yards in three postseason outings.

DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett sit atop a wide receiver depth chart that also includes Paul Richardson, John Ursua, Phillip Dorsett, sixth-round pick Freddie Swain and, if he’s reinstated from suspension, Josh Gordon.

3 responses to “David Moore reworks contract with Seahawks

  1. If Moore can turn his good days into consistent days he has an opportunity to become a viable 3rd/4th receiver for Seattle. That done he could parlay it into a decent FA contract some day.

  2. Moore seems like he is solid but just doesn’t separate. It’s nice to have somebody who knows the system and can contribute on special teams. I am more inclined to think that Ursua is the guy they want as the #3 if possible. He has some quickness after the catch and seems to have good instincts when he has been in there.

  3. Be interesting to see who ends up being the 3rd receiver on opening day. It seems to be Moore’s job to lose. When Gordon gets reinstated I expect the Hawks to give him the spot unless David balls out in the first few weeks.

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