Cardinals WR Rondale Moore (ankle) was limited in Thursday's practice. The rookie has been sidelined since Week 15 and would be Arizona's #4 WR if able to return for Monday night's Wild Card game vs. the Rams.
Cardinals HC Kliff Kingsbury singled out WR Rondale Moore when asked for a young player who's flashed this offseason, according to insider Paul Calvisi. "He's taken real strides," Kingsbury said. Moore was relatively disappointing as a rookie, at least in part because of a minuscule 1.2-yard average depth of target. It sounds like he'll be in a more diverse role in 2022. And there's opportunity available with WR Christian Kirk gone and WR DeAndre Hopkins suspended for the first 6 games of the season. Moore is worth a shot at his WR58 ADP in FFPC best-ball drafts.
Cardinals HC Kliff Kingsbury talked up a more diverse role for WR Rondale Moore. “We utilized him in different ways than we will this year,” Kingsbury said. “We kind of got it to him in space and did some things and used him on some check downs, but he’s a dynamic route runner. I think that’s what people are going to see. He’s really good getting out of his cuts, good at the top of routes, so I think people are going to see a different side of him.” Moore will get a chance to establish himself early in the season because of DeAndre Hopkins’ 6-game suspension. The 2nd-year man currently projects as a top-50 PPR WR.
Cardinals WR Rondale Moore (ankle) is active for tonight's Wild Card game vs. the Rams. It'll be the rookie's first action since Week 15. Moore figures to be 4th in line for snaps behind WRs Christian Kirk, A.J. Green and Antoine Wesley.
Cardinals WR Rondale Moore (ankle) is questionable for Monday’s game against the Rams. Limited in practice all week, the rookie is considered a game-time decision. Even if active, Moore should be off your radar in DFS contests.
Cardinals WR Rondale Moore (ankle) is out for Sunday's game vs. the Seahawks. The rookie has now missed the past 3 weeks and is uncertain for the start of the playoffs. Christian Kirk, A.J. Green and Antoine Wesley will continue to operate as Arizona’s top 3 WRs this weekend.
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