Pro Football Talk "In January 2013, the football-following world got to know the name of Broncos safety Rahim Moore due to his role in a play that allowed the Ravens to force overtime in an AFC divisional-round playoff game against the Ravens. In November 2013, Moore’s name nearly became even more memorable — for..." May 28
ACME Packing Company "Broncos starting safety Rahim Moore will miss this weekend's AFC Championship game and the Super Bowl should Denver advance. There will not be a repeat of Rahim Moore's now-infamous coverage breakdown that led to the Baltimore Ravens beating the Denver Broncos and advancing to last year's AFC..." January 16
Pro Football Talk "roncos safety Rahim Moore can return to the team in time for the AFC title game. He may not be able to. According to Mike Klis and Joan Niesen of the Denver Post, Moore said Friday that he has suffered a setback in his effort to return from a leg injury. In November, Moore underwent surgery..." December 28
#Broncos will put Rahim Moore on IR, designated to return to add Huff to roster. They expect Moore back.
Rahim Moore was diagnosed with lateral compartment syndrome.
Denver Post "Broncos safety Rahim Moore is expected to miss several weeks with a serious lower leg injury, according to NFL sources. Moore left Sunday night's game against the Chiefs about halfway through the second quarter, although it remains unclear when he sustained the injury. Before exiting the game,..." November 18
NFL.com "The Denver Broncos are moving on from Rahim Moore's ghastly misplay that led to Jacoby Jones' game-tying touchdown in the 38-35 playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens. "I think he's over it; I think we're all over it, you know," defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio told The Associated Press. "I..." May 19
Denver Post "Some players packed up their lockers quietly, too sad to talk. Others conversed and carried on as a way to mask the sadness. Rahim Moore, normally a chatty sort, did not seem dejected as he walked through the locker room, but determined. Focused. It was Sunday, Jan. 13, the day after the..." April 21