Report: Kenny Moore not practicing at Colts OTAs because he’s unhappy with contract

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Colts cornerback Kenny Moore is reportedly on the hunt for a new contract.

Moore is not participating in the Colts OTA practices and Joel A. Erickson of the Indianapolis Star reports that unhappiness with his current contract is why he’s staying on the sidelines. The practices are voluntary at this phase of the offseason, so Moore cannot be fined for sitting out.

The Colts signed Moore to a four-year extension in June 2019. He is set to make a base salary of $6.5 million this year and $6.795 million next year, but has no more guaranteed money left on the deal.

Moore made his first career Pro Bowl last year after posting 102 tackles, four interceptions, a sack, and a forced fumble while playing in the slot.

4 responses to “Report: Kenny Moore not practicing at Colts OTAs because he’s unhappy with contract

  1. Well we (Colts fans) were also unhappy with your performance last year, so there’s frustration on both sides there bud.

  2. Anytime a contract is praised as “team friendly” you know this is likely unless the guy plays terribly.

  3. A contract is something you signed. You are bound to it. Be a man and honor your word. You are showing that you are not worth entertaining for retention.

  4. lasersepi says:
    May 25, 2022 at 2:45 pm
    A contract is something you signed. You are bound to it. Be a man and honor your word. You are showing that you are not worth entertaining for retention.
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    Since teams signed the contract too, they shouldn’t be allowed to cut a player then, right?

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