Eskimos sign former Redblacks DL Mike Moore to extension

The Eskimos have extended defensive lineman Mike Moore through the 2019 season.

Moore played in five games in 2017, recording eight tackles and two sacks.

The six-foot-four, 269-pound University of Virginia product entered the CFL in 2016 with the Ottawa Redblacks. He has appeared in 13 CFL games, recording 18 tackles, four sacks and one forced fumble.


3 Comments on Eskimos sign former Redblacks DL Mike Moore to extension

  1. Superfan Mike // March 13, 2018 at 2:03 pm //

    Good to see Sunderland signing several players for 2-year extensions – I was worried all players would only sign 1-year deals with the new CBA looking to take effect after this season.

  2. greenenvy? // March 13, 2018 at 10:54 pm //

    This is a good add. In 5 games last year he had 2 sacks, 2 tackles for loss & 6 pressures. He also can play DE & DT. With extending Bowers, & with Sewell & newly acquired Ceresna on board they are in very good shape at DT. I have to say I’m very impressed with what Sunderland has done. He had more free agents than anyone to get signed & only lost 5 to other CFL clubs. Only 1 he would have liked to have kept & I suspect that was Figueroa. Cummings was gone as soon as the trade of Willis for Ceresna was made. He’s done a good job & concentrated on keeping the key pieces in place & got younger.

  3. Edward Leslie // March 13, 2018 at 11:48 pm //

    Another good thing about Mike Moore is his documentaty movies. Bowling for Columbine, Roger & Me and Fahrenheit 9/11 are all classics. Between film making and chasing down Bo Levi Mitchell, this guy is clearly a multi talented individual.

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