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Rob Moore Named Buffalo Bills’ Wide Receiver Coach

February 6th, 2014 at 11:42 AM
By Paul Lane Sabres 101

With hopes of a successful upcoming season, the Buffalo Bills have made several changes to their coaching staff. Today, the team has named Rob Moore as the new wide receivers coach.

'2012 Buffalo Bills Training Camp' photo (c) 2012, Doug Kerr - license:

Moore is an NFL veteran, participating in 10 seasons overall. Four seasons were spent with the New York Jets and six with the Arizona Cardinals. During his NFL career Moore was a wide receiver himself. The Bill's official website reported that he "played in 153 games and registered 628 receptions for 9,368 yards and 49 touchdowns". Due to his outstanding performances Moore was invited to play in the Pro Bowl twice, in 1994 and 1997.

Prior to playing in the NFL, Moore played football for Syracuse University as a four year starter. After the NFL Moore returned to Syracuse at the wide receiver coach for his alma mater.

Buffalo welcomes this exceptional athlete and looks forward to seeing what his contributions will be to the team.

Note: This was written by Bills101's Lea Natalello.

Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo, Buffalo Bills, coach, Football, New York Jets, NFL, Pro Bowl, Rob Moore, Syracuse University, wide receivers

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