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Rondale Moore | Cardinals WR

Date of Birth:  06/09/2000
Age:  22
Height  5'7"
Weight:   180
College:  Purdue
Drafted:  2021 | Round 2 | Pick 49
Depth Chart:  2nd string

Rondale Moore | Cardinals WR


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Rondale Moore | Cardinals WR

Rondale Moore (ankle) will not play in Week 18.

Moore appears to be trending in the right direction with limited practices throughout this week, but the Cardinals might be playing things safe with the postseason coming up. Moore will have missed the final three games of the regular season. His rookie season ends with 54 receptions for 435 receiving yards and one receiving touchdown along with 18 carries for 76 rushing yards. The second-round pick showed flashes of heavy usage in Kliff Kingsbury's offense, and we'll see if he can get more consistent from a fantasy perspective in 2022.

Rondale Moore | Cardinals WR

Rondale Moore (ankle) is inactive for Week 16.

Arizona will be down both him and James Conner (heel) tonight as inactives, so the team will be more top-heavy than usual. This news could boost the outlook for Zach Ertz in particular.

Rondale Moore | Cardinals WR

Rondale Moore (neck/concussion) is officially active for Week 10.

Moore made progress throughout the week, and he’s ready to go versus the Panthers. The dynamic rookie receiver will complement A.J. Green and Christian Kirk in the Arizona passing attack.

Rondale Moore | Cardinals WR

The Cardinals have selected Purdue wide receiver Rondale Moore with the No. 49 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

The size (five-foot-seven) makes Moore a controversial prospect, but it didn’t matter at Purdue and probably won’t matter in the NFL if Arizona takes advantage of his explosiveness and toughness with the ball in his hands. While he was limited to just seven games over the past two years, Moore still produced when on the field, and he was undoubtedly one of the best players in the nation as a true freshman with 114 receptions, 1,258 receiving yards, 21 carries, 213 rushing yards, and 14 total touchdowns back in 2018—joining legends Herschel Walker and Adrian Peterson as the only ever consensus All-American selections as true freshmen. The full scouting report for Moore can be read below; we wouldn’t recommend betting against him from a real-life or fantasy perspective. He'll join fellow "undersized" player in quarterback Kyler Murray with the Cardinals.