78. Damontre Moore
A former All-American and All-SEC defensive end, Damontre Moore has been a bust in the NFL due to character issues. Issues that led to Moore being cut by two teams in 2015 before being given a chance by the Oakland Raiders to get his career back together this summer as a member of the training camp roster.
Moore was drafted in 2013 by the New York Giants, breaking out in 2014 with 5.5 sacks in his second season with the Big Blue. But problems in the locker room, including fights with teammates, forced Moore out of New York and onto the Dolphins roster to end the 2015 season.
After playing in three games for the Dolphins, Moore was released once again. Continuing the slide of a player who was once viewed as a potential future starter on the Giants defensive line coming out of Texas A&M as an All-American.
With solid production when on the field, Moore could have an outside chance of making the Raiders roster as a depth pass rusher if he has learned from his mistakes. With the right attitude, Moore could earn a spot on the Oakland roster as his talent is evident despite his reputation as a head case in the locker room from his time with the Giants.
– Chase Ruttig