Sterling Moore

Detroit Lions #30 - Cornerback

  • Born: 02/03/90
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 202
  • Seasons: 2011

Pats Madness: And the winner is...


Find out who has been voted the biggest bust of the Bill Belichick era.

Should the Saints have pursued CB Byron Jones in free agency?


Dallas let the star cornerback walk who was then quickly picked up by the Miami Dolphins. Should the Saints have gone all out to get him?

Life of a Saint: Delvin Breaux


Breaux discusses his near death football injury, his relentless pursuit of playing in the NFL and what motivates him most at this point in his career.

List of former Raiders drafted and assigned to XFL teams this week


A mere months after the AAF came and went, the XFL is picking up the scraps of that league as well as the NFL. The retread league had their draft on Tuesday and there are a few players who were...

Ex-Patriots residing on the XFL draft radar


Running down the list of former Patriots in the XFL draft pool.

3 former Detroit Lions participate in XFL Summer Showcase


Three former Lions are getting a second shot at professional football.

7 ex-Patriots participating in first round of XFL’s Summer Showcase


The former Patriots are among those eying a spot in the XFL.

Pats Madness: Voting for the Bruschi & Brown Regions has started!


More Pats Madness: Vote here for the Brady & Gronk Regions!

AAF Recap: Former Bills take the stage


You asked for it and you got it.

Former Lions who will be playing in the AAF’s opening weekend


A few familiar faces will be suiting up for the AAF’s inaugural weekend.

Former Raiders taking field to kick off inaugural Alliance of American Football league season


Saturday the latest new football league will kick off, trying to fill the void in the NFL offseason. It’s the Alliance of American Football and it will allow those who wish to still play football...

My favorite Patriots Super Bowl Memory: Finding out how much the Patriots mean to me


A brutal loss in Super Bowl 46 helped remind me of what’s truly important.