The Arizona Hotshot cornerback Sterling Moore played eight seasons in the NFL, playing for Dallas, New Orleans, New England, Oakland, Buffalo and one year in Tampa Bay. He started 31 games throughout that time in the league, and appeared in 75 total games. Moore was an undrafted free agent in 2011 from Southern Methodist University, and signed with the Raiders before landing on their practice squad, and made his NFL debut for the Patriots that season.
In his NFL career, he six total interceptions, returned one for a touchdown, and forced six fumbles. Moore defended an additional 40 passes as well in that span. While playing in Tampa Bay, Moore started nine games for the Bucs in one season in 2015. He intercepted one pass and forced six fumbles while wearing the pewter and red. After that season, he signed with the Buffalo Bills where he failed to make the roster before landing with the Saints.
Last week for the Hotshots, Moore recorded two passes defended and did not get an interception or a tackle. The 28-year-old corner is hoping to use his time in the Alliance of American Football to jettison himself back into the NFL and earn himself another contract. Moore and the Hotshots play the Memphis Express tomorrow night at 8pm EST on NFL Network.