6'0'' / 210 lbs
Moore caught four passes on six targets for 64 yards in the Bears' 17-9 loss to the Packers on Sunday.
After five seasons in Carolina, Moore had the best quarterback play during his time in the NFL, and he turned into to a career year. The veteran caught 96 passes for 1,364 yards and eight touchdowns on 130 targets. Although the target total was the fourth-highest of his career, he bested his career high in receiving yards by 171 yards, and his eight scores were one more than his previous career-best mark that he set in 2022. He's under contract with Chicago through 2025. With the expectation that Moore will have at least the same level of quarterback play, and possibly an elevated level, the wideout will likely be one of the top receivers selected in 2024 fantasy drafts.
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Moore (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Packers.
Moore hurt his ankle early in Chicago's Week 16 game and had just 18 yards in a 27-16 win over Arizona, but he then came back last week with 9-159-1 receiving line in a blowout of the Falcons and now will play in the season finale. Moore even upgraded to full practice participation Friday after sitting out the previous two days.
Moore (ankle) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday.
Moore was forced out of a Week 16 win against the Cardinals for a handful of snaps after his right ankle was rolled up on, but he avoided the Bears' Week 17 practice report entirely. He then had a field day versus the Falcons this past Sunday, reeling off nine catches (on 13 targets) for 159 yards and one touchdown. Nearly two weeks removed from the initial injury, Moore is experiencing restrictions on his on-field work, likely as a precautionary measure, and there's a chance Chicago clears up his status for Sunday's game in Green Bay as soon as it posts its final injury report of the week Friday.
Moore (ankle) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday.
Moore missed part of the the Week 16 win over the Cardinals after a defender rolled up on his ankle, but he returned to that game and looked no worse for wear in Week 17 against the Falcons, posting 159 yards and a touchdown. The star receiver's likely to upgrade to full participation Thursday or Friday and could avoid the injury report altogether as the Bears try to play spoiler against the NFC North rival Packers on Sunday.
Moore brought in nine of 13 targets for 159 yards and a touchdown in the Bears' 37-17 win over the Falcons on Sunday.
Moore easily paced the Bears in receptions, receiving yards and targets, authoring his first 100-yard game since Week 12 and only his second overall since Week 5. Moore also opened the scoring on the day with a seven-yard touchdown grab in the first quarter, and he appeared completely unencumbered by the ankle injury that cost him some time in Week 16. Moore will have one more chance to build on what has already been a career-best campaign when the Bears face the Packers at Lambeau Field in Week 18.
Moore notched three catches (on six targets) for 18 yards during Sunday's 27-16 victory versus the Cardinals.
On the Bears' second play from scrimmage, Moore recorded a six-yard catch, but as he was taken to the ground, his right ankle was rolled up on. He remained on the turf for several minutes and then visited the sideline tent for even longer, but after being deemed questionable to return, he reentered the contest. Overall, it marked Moore's least productive outing in terms of yards this season, and the six targets matched his third fewest in a game through 15 outings. Afterward, he told Alex Shapiro of NBC Sports Chicago that he "was hurting" but then "thought ... 'Why not just go out there and play?'" As such, Moore seems like a good bet to show up on Bears injury reports as the team prepares for its next game Sunday, Dec. 31 against the Falcons.
Moore (ankle) returned to Sunday's game versus the Cardinals, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Moore had his right ankle rolled up on by an Arizona defender on his first catch of the game. He spent time laying on the turf in pain and then a lengthy spell in the sideline tent. When he emerged, Moore had a large wrap on the ankle, but he'll attempt to play through the pain Sunday.
Moore injured his right ankle during Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Chris Emma of 670TheScore.com reports.
Moore was targeted by Justin Fields on the quarterback's first pass of the game, which he hauled in for a six-yard gain. As Moore was taken to the ground, his right ankle was rolled up on, and he remained on the turf for a spell before making his way to the sideline with team trainers. He then visited the medical tent, and after he emerged he had a large wrap on the ankle in question and walked with a visible limp. Officially, Moore is questionable to return.
Moore caught four of eight targets for 52 yards in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Browns.
Tight end Cole Kmet wound up pacing the Bears in receptions, but Moore was the team leader in targets and yards. It was still his worst output since Week 9, but a minor ankle injury that limited him during practice leading up to Sunday's contest could help explain the modest numbers. Moore has posted a 28-330-2 line on 40 targets in four games since Justin Fields returned to the lineup, making him a strong fantasy option in Week 16 against the Cardinals.