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Fantasy News

  • C.J. Moore: Suspended for 2023 season and cut

    The Lions cut Moore after the NFL announced Friday that he will be suspended indefinitely, minimum one season, for violating the league's gambling policy, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Moore was found to have bet on the NFL games, resulting in a minimum suspension of one season, after which he will be able to apply for reinstatement. Moore was one of five players suspended for violating the league's gambling policy Friday, with teammate Quintez Cephus and Shaka Toney of the Commanders also getting season-long suspensions for wagering on NFL games while Jameson Williams and Stanley Berryhill received six-game suspensions for betting on non-NFL contests. The safety will now have to set his sights on reinstatement and finding another team for the 2024 campaign.
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  • Lions' C.J. Moore: Headed back to Detroit

    Moore agreed to terms with Detroit on a two-year deal Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Moore will now return to the Lions, where he's spent the past four seasons after signing there as an undrafted free agent. A special teams standout, the 27-year-old should expect to see most of his playing time on those units while also factoring in as a reserve defender.
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  • C.J. Moore: Parts ways with Detroit

    The Lions waived Moore (lower leg) from injured reserve with an injury settlement Monday, Aaron Wilson of reports. Moore was in a walking boot late in training camp and landed on injured reserve last week. It's not yet clear when he's expected to be back to full health, but he'll be eligible to play in 2022 after reaching a settlement with Detroit.
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  • Lions' C.J. Moore: Heads to IR

    Moore (leg) reverted to the Lions' injured reserve list Wednesday, Jeff Risdon of USA Today reports. Barring an injury settlement, Moore will be sidelined for the entire 2022 campaign. The 26-year-old defensive back has appeared in 35 career games since signing with the Lions as an undrafted free agent in 2019, but he's mostly operated on special teams.
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  • C.J. Moore: Waived with injury designation

    Moore (lower leg) was waived/injured by the Lions on Tuesday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports. Moore has been dealing with an undisclosed injury to his lower back and was in a walking boot during the final week of training camp. If he goes unclaimed on waivers, the 26-year-old will revert to injured reserve. Meanwhile, the Lions enter Week 1 relatively short-handed at safety given the continued absence of Ifeatu Melifonwu (undisclosed).
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  • Lions' C.J. Moore: Ready for action

    The Lions activated Moore off the team's active/NFI list Thursday, reports. Moore is now eligible to fully practice and play this preseason after opening training camp on Detroit's active/non-football injury list with an undisclosed injury. The 26-year-old played a significant role as a specialist for Detroit last year, collecting 22 tackles across 299 special-teams snaps and 155 defensive snaps over 17 games, and he should provide additional depth in the team's secondary this regular season.
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  • Lions' C.J. Moore: Lands on NFI list

    Moore (undisclosed) was added to the active/non-football injury list by the Lions on Wednesday, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Moore is still eligible to practice and play in the preseason once he is removed from this list. The 26-year-old saw career-high playing time with Detroit last season, collecting 22 tackles over 17 games. Moore still primarily contributed via special teams (299 snaps) and he figures to slot into a depth role at safety behind Tracy Walker and Brady Breeze.
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  • Lions' C.J. Moore: Re-signs with Detroit

    The Lions re-signed Moore on Sunday to a one-year contract worth up to $2.4 million with $800,000 guaranteed, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Moore was a core member of the Lions' special teams last year, but he saw sporadic playing time on defense. However, he did play all 73 defensive snaps -- by far a season high -- during Detroit's Week 15 win over Arizona. He totaled 22 tackles (13 solo) and one interception across 17 appearances in 2021.
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  • Lions' C.J. Moore: Full practice Wednesday

    Moore (ankle) was a full participant during Wednesday's practice. Moore missed last week's loss to the Packers with the ankle issue, but he appears on track for a return. His return likely won't affect much from a defensive perspective, as he's yet to see a defensive snap this season.
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  • Lions' C.J. Moore: Set to sit Sunday

    Moore (calf) has been ruled out of Sunday's game versus the Saints, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. Moore will sit out a second straight game and will aim to return after the team's bye week, Week 6 against the Jaguars. In the one game he played this season, Moore operated strictly on special teams, so his absence mainly hurts the defensive depth.
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  • Lions' C.J. Moore: Questionable against Cardinals

    Moore (calf) didn't practice Friday and is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. Moore logged two limited sessions before sitting out completely Friday, so he may be trending in the wrong direction. Considering he hasn't played anything but special teams this year, his potential absence won't shake up the defensive dynamic against the Cardinals' Air Raid offense.
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  • Lions' C.J. Moore: Gearing up Sunday

    Moore (heel) is active for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Chris Burke of The Athletic reports. Moore is primed for his usual role on special teams. He hasn't yet played a snap on defense this season.
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