If you asked someone who has never watched a down of football in their lives what the Cowboys need to improve on, I am almost certain they would scream “PASS RUSH.”
Well, the Cowboys are trying to do so, and have signed former Texas A&M stud defensive end Damontre Moore.
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Moore, who was once first team All-SEC and considered a first/second round pick, has had a disappointing NFL career riddled with injuries and some off the field troubles. Needing some defensive end depth/help, the Cowboys are giving Moore another chance to get it right. Dallas worked out Moore last summer, but did not sign him.
The odds are, this signing will amount to nothing. Damontre Moore hasn’t given anyone anything yet professionally, and it’s a long shot he will do so now. If he can put it all together, though, he has the athleticism to bring a high upside to the Cowboys defensive line.
Since his rookie year with the New York Giants in 2013, Damontre Moore has just 10 sacks and 77 tackles. Hopefully, he can improve on those numbers in 2017 for the Cowboys.