The Palm Beach Post’s blog reports that the Fins may be in the market for a QB without a team in Carolina – Matt Moore.
He played in 20 games, with 11 starts, in three seasons with Carolina (he missed all of 2008 with a broken fibula), and threw 15 touchdowns, 14 interceptions with a 76.7 passer rating. He entered 2010 as the starter, but lost his job to injury and ineffectiveness.
But Moore still has plenty of potential. Former Browns personnel executive Russ Lande, now with The Sporting News, calls Moore “perhaps the most intriguing QB available this offseason. … If he gets back to his pre-injury form, he can develop into a very good starter in time.”
Moore wouldn’t be a bad addition to a team that could use a solid backup QB, or a guy that could eventually get under center if Chad Henne doens’t step up and play well. If the team can get him cheap, it could be a solid addition.