The Ravens dangle onto certainly one of there personal as long-snapper Nick Moore has agreed to a two-year, $2.5 million deal.
The Ravens are re-signing lengthy snapper Nick Moore to a two-year, $2.5 million deal. Moore was non tendered as an RFA yesterday. He had curiosity elsewhere, however he wished to remain in Baltimore.
— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiec) March 16, 2023
Moore, who initially joined the Ravens in 2020 for a season as a follow squad member, rose by the ranks and finally was named the beginning lengthy snapper because the workforce moved on from First-Group All-Professional Morgan Cox.
In Moore’s first season as a starter, he snapped on kicker Justin Tucker’s NFL record-breaking game-winning 66-yard area objective towards the Detroit Lions in Week 3 of 2021. It was Tucker’s seventeenth profession game-winner and the primary snapped by Moore.
In 2022, Moore earned Second-Group All-Professional honors alongside kicker Justin Tucker.
Moore’s deal lands him with an AAV of $1.25 million, which is No. 13 throughout the NFL. A fairly good deal for those who’re the Ravens and a two-year lockdown with good cash for Moore.
With Moore locked down by the 2024 season, the Ravens particular groups trio of Moore, Tucker and Jordan Stout are below contract for the following two seasons.