Damontre Moore RUMORS & NEWS

  • NFL fines Damontre Moore $20,000 for late hit on Sam Bradford

    Pro Football Talk "One of the dumbest penalties of the NFL season was committed on Monday night by Giants defensive end Damontre Moore, who hit Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford long after Bradford had thrown an incomplete pass on third down. The penalty was incredibly costly for the Giants, as the Eagles marched down..." October 23

  • Justin Pugh-Damontre Moore fight at Giants training camp irks Tom Coughlin

    New York Daily News "The first fight of Giants training camp did not sit well with Tom Coughlin. Offensive lineman Justin Pugh and defensive end Damontre Moore exchanged punches during Monday’s practice before they were quickly separated by teammates. “I had a problem with that one, because they’re out there..." August 04

  • Giants’ Damontre Moore skipping football for college classes

    New York Post "The Giants are hoping for big things from defensive end Damontre Moore as he embarks on his third NFL season. They need him to take the next step, to turn the flashes he’s shown into consistent excellence. They need him to develop into the pass-rushing force they anticipated he would become when..." April 22

  • Giants' Damontre Moore recovers from shoulder surgery, ready to pack on muscle this offseason

    Newark Star-Ledger "Damontre Moore didn't have too many thoughts on his minor offseason shoulder surgery except for this: "It sucked, I couldn't get to sleep. It was horrible." Moore was unhappy about the small snag because he has big plans for this offseason, most of which he'll spend in East Rutherford..." February 12

  • Damontre Moore impresses in New York Giants debut

    NFL.com "New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin acknowledged last week that third-round draft pick Damontre Moore had gotten the coaching staff's attention with an outstanding start to training camp. The rest of the country saw what the Giants have been raving about when the rookie pass rusher known as..." August 11

  • Much work ahead for Giants DE

    New York Post "Guilty as charged. That is Damontre Moore’s admission to reports he was not exactly the hardest worker during his time at Texas A&M. Not long after the Giants took the pass-rushing defensive end in the third round of the NFL Draft, coach Tom Coughlin said the rep on Moore was that he was great..." May 12