Derland Moore Obituary – Derland Moore, an incredible New Orleans Saints cautious tackle who played 13 seasons in the Crescent City, has kicked the bucket, the group reported Friday.
Moore kicked the bucket Thursday following a lung ailment. He was 68.
Moore was the Saints’ second-round draft pick in 1973 (29th generally) and played in 170 games (146 beginnings) from 1973-1985. The 6-foot-4, 250-pounder completed his 14-year NFL profession with the New York Jets in 1986.
Moore drove the Saints in sacks in 1980, earned Pro Bowl praises in 1983, and was later enlisted into the Saints Hall of Fame and the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. He was likewise chosen to the Saints’ 40th commemoration group and named one of the group’s 50 biggest parts in 2016.