After it became more costly to make a play for Washington QB Jason Campbell and Denver QB Kyle Orton after both were tendered at the first round level, another young signal caller that showed promise last year is effectively off the market.
The Carolina Panthers tendered QB Matt Moore at the highest possible level meaning it would cost another NFL team a first and third-round pick to sign Moore away from the Panthers. That according to the Panthers blog which confirmed the tender with Moore himself.
Moore made five starts for the Panthers last season and won four of them including impressive victories over Minnesota and on the road against the Giants. He threw for just over 1,000 yards after appearing in seven games with 8 touchdowns and 2 INTs. Moore was part of the same quarterback class as Buffalo’s Trent Edwards.
Tags: Matt Moore, NFL free agency
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