Entering this season, Cardinal fans were excited to see more of wide receiver Rondale Moore. The red sea got their first glance at the 22-year-old last year but, Moore has yet to step on the field since.
In 2021, Rondale Moore played in weeks 1 through 14 recording 435 yards and one touchdown. However, the WR out of Purdue University was competing in a stacked WR core consisting of DeAndre Hopkins, A.J. Green, Zach Ertz, and Christian Kirk.
Fast forward to this season and Arizona is without DeAndre Hopkins for six weeks due to suspension, Christian Kirk now plays for the Jaguars, and A.J. Green plays a limited role at 34 years old.
The DeAndre Hopkins suspension was the perfect opportunity for Moore to pave his name into the Cardinal’s offense. However, this has not gone as planned as Rondale Moore suffered a hamstring injury during practice before the season began.
Once again, this week, Moore has yet to suit up for an Arizona practice making it questionable if he will play in week three against the Rams. Injuries have been a common occurrence for Rondale dating back to his college days. He missed eight games in 2019 (hamstring), three games in 2020 (hamstring), three games in 2021, and now two so far this season.
As of now, Rondale Moore is listed as day-to day-for this Sunday.