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New York Jets: Where Are They Now? Rob Moore

By Alan Schechter

Although never reaching his full potential in New York, Rob Moore became an exciting weapon at the wide receiver position for the New York Jets.

Today’s edition of “Where Are They Now?” brings us to another player on the offensive side of the football. He was chosen in the Supplemental Draft, and went on to play for the Jets and the Cardinals before his career came to an end after the 2001 season.

He’s a New Yorker through and through, born on Long Island, and attending Syracuse University before coming to the Jets. Spotlight today is on WR Rob Moore.


Rob Moore was chosen in the first round of the 1990 Supplemental Draft. For those of you who don’t know, the supplemental draft is basically used to accommodate players that weren’t able to enter the regular draft. Terrell Pryor is an example of a player chosen in the supplemental draft. Moore spent 1990-1994 with the Jets before moving to the Arizona Cardinals. Here are his career NFL stats:

Although he never reached the level of play he reached in 1997, with 97 receptions for over 1,500 yards and 8 TDs, he did have a couple of nice back to back seasons in NY.  From 1993-1994, Rob Moore posted 141 receptions and 7 TDs.  He stuck around in Arizona through 2001, although he didn’t play after the 1999 season.  He posted 2 career Pro Bowl appearances, in 1994 and 1997.


Footage of Rob Moore was seen in the movie “Jerry Maguire”, and Rod Tidwell, the main character in the movie, wore the jersey #85.

It was reported in 2010 that Rob Moore was headed back to his alma mater, Syracuse University, to perform the duties of WR coach.

Wide receiver, #85, Rob Moore.