26-Year-Old Linebacker – Indianapolis Colts
2016 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Sio Moore in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Sio Moore Contract Information:
Moore signed a four-year contract with the Raiders in June of 2013.
Moore is seeing time at first-team inside linebacker during the Colts' OTAs, the team's official site reports.
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Sio Moore: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Moore is still recovering from the hip surgery he underwent in February, which GM Reggie McKenzie called a "major" operation. Though Moore could conceivably heal up in time to be on the field for the Raiders' regular season opener on Sept. 13, the GM's concerning dialogue regarding the linebacker's injury certainly doesn't seem encouraging. Moore, who recorded an impressive 90 tackles last season despite missing five games, will likely be replaced by Seahawks import Malcolm Smith, holdover Ray-Ray Armstrong, or rookie Neiron Bell on the weak side during camp.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Sio Moore.
Moore, who missed the final three weeks last year with a hip injury that required offseason surgery, was traded to the Colts in September. He'll provide depth to the team's linebacking corps.
After a rather unproductive start to his rookie campaign -- he recorded just six tackles (five solo) in his first five games -- Moore came on strong in the final two months, finishing the season with 50 tackles (38 solo) and 4.5 sacks in 15 games. Regardless of whether or not defensive coordinator shifts to a 3-4, Moore should see ample time yet again for Oakland, though he needs to establish himself a bit more before he's considered a legitimate IDP option.
A third-round pick out of Connecticut, Moore is a versatile linebacker who can cover the run and the pass. He can also get after the quarterback, as evidenced by the 14.5 sacks Moore posted in his final two college seasons. Moore's listed as No. 1 guy at strongside linebacker on the team's unofficial preseason depth chart, and he should remain there so long as he stays healthy.