Others have done it before me and I can too.
|Height: 6.02||Born: Westerville, OH|
|Weight: 195||College: Toledo|
|Birthdate: 1986-06-25||Years: 3 BC / 3 CFL|
Moore was signed as a free agent by the Lions on October 6, 2010.
2012: Nick played in seven games for the Lions in 2012 and was on the 46-man game roster for all but two weeks. In seven starts, Nick caught 32 passes for 399 yards to rank fifth on the club for the year. Down the stretch, he was among the club’s leading receivers with 20 receptions over the final four games. Remarkably, Nick caught at least five passes in six of his seven appearances and led the team in yardage on Oct 6/12 vs Calgary.
Of his 32 catches, 13 went for first downs on key second down plays. Nick had a team-high 79 yards on eight catches and scored the club’s lone offensive TD Western Final.
2011: Nick played five games early in the 2011 season before spending the final seven weeks and the post-season on the practice roster. He made five starts and spent another two weeks on the 46-man roster as a reserve. Nick caught five passes for 50 yards, including three for 24 yards in the season opener at Montreal on June 30/11. He made a pair of catches on key second down plays and added 18 yards after the catch.
Games Played: Career: 12, Playoff: 1, Grey Cup: 0
2010-12: Heading into his third CFL season, Nick has 37 receptions in 12 games with the majority coming late in his second campaign as he became a regular in the lineup. He signed with the Lions as a late season addition in October 2010 and spent time on the practice roster before working his way onto the field.
2009-2010: After going undrafted, Nick had tryouts with Minnesota, New England and St. Louis in the NFL before coming to the CFL.
2005-2008: Moore, was a two-time All-MAC selection and led the Rockets as a senior with 78 receptions in 2008, including a then-Mid-American Conference record 20 catches and 162 yards in a 13-10 upset win over Michigan.
He finished his four-year career with 182 catches, putting him fourth on UT's all-time list.
Nick makes his off-season home in Tampa, Florida and keeps up his training with plenty of pick-up basketball. Nick also loves to travel and take in as many movies as possible. Coming from an athletic family, Nick’s dad is a karate instructor and his brother, Lance, is a wide receiver with the New Orleans Saints.
Nick recalls his 20-reception outing for Toledo in 2008 during the school’s win at Michigan which not only equaled a conference record but set a new standard for the ‘Big House’ in Ann Arbor. Earning a Sports Management degree, Nick sees himself involved in professional sports at some level when his playing days are over.