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Rob Moore goes Orange

Posted by Darren Urban on January 12, 2010 – 2:58 pm

Former Cardinals receiver-turned-Cards radio analyst Rob Moore has left the building. Moore, who has long wanted to get into coaching — he was working with receivers at Phoenix College this past season — has returned to his alma mater to coach receivers for Syracuse. Moore was an all-American for Syracuse in 1989 and was one of the key components of the Cards’ 1998 playoff team. Most recently, he’s been working on the Cards’ “Pre-game Huddle” radio show on game days, taking some road trips, and also doing a little “Rob Report” on azcardinals.com. But coaching was his ultimate goal — eventually, I think, with the idea he’ll get into the NFL.

In the meantime, former Card Eric Hill, who lives in New Orleans, will take Moore’s spot on the pre-game show this weekend.


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16 Responses to “Rob Moore goes Orange”

  1. By BDMag on Jan 12, 2010 | Reply

    Good luck Rob.

  2. By Matt on Jan 12, 2010 | Reply

    as a Syracuse native and Syracuse fan I say GOOD!

  3. By HM on Jan 12, 2010 | Reply

    He’s knowledgeable and a class act – we were lucky to have him this long.

  4. By Greg on Jan 12, 2010 | Reply

    Rob,
    Best of luck!
    I’ve enjoyed your work on TV and radio this season and you will be missed.

    PS: That was definitely P.I. in the end zone at the end of that Dallas game at SDS!

  5. By John on Jan 12, 2010 | Reply

    Ya know buddy Ryan may have done some things wrong but bringing rob Moore to the cards was a great move. He had very good chemistry with plummer. Good luck rob.

  6. By fitz 4 mt rushmore on Jan 12, 2010 | Reply

    Good luck #85!!! Good things happen to good peeps & you have always been a good one.

  7. By Derek on Jan 12, 2010 | Reply

    Darren-

    Sorry, but this comment doesn’t apply to this story but I couldn’t find a spot to put it on the Kurt Warner story.

    I would like to see something made public to the local and national media that not only is Kurt 9-3 in post-season play, but in his three playoff losses he lost by three to the Saints in 2000, three to the Patriots in 2001 and four to the Steelers in 2008. So in his combined three playoff loses, he’s only lost by a combined 10 points. Pretty impressive.

    Thank you for all you hard work!

    Derek

  8. By Tbru on Jan 12, 2010 | Reply

    Good Luck Mr Moore

  9. By Mike"Pay Q" on Jan 12, 2010 | Reply

    Without question Rob is a great receiver. Without question it was a great decision by Buddy Ryan to trade for him. Without question he is one of the best wr’s in Cards history.

    Get whay I mean Darren?

  10. By shannon robinson on Jan 12, 2010 | Reply

    I’m so glad that Rob wants to coach – i’ll follow the Orangemen now – good luck Rob and thanks for your articulate input during the games – you’re great. It will be fun to hear Eric’s take – what’s he been up to?…Tip of the Cardinal wing to Haggans for not giving up on his pass rush in the first play in overtime – I believe he shook up Rogers enough by almost breaking free of the block that rogers felt the pressure and overthrew Jennings. That was another play that won the game.

  11. By Cards Fan on Jan 12, 2010 | Reply

    Wow! Good luck Rob!!! Dang, he was a good dude to have on before and after the games.. I hope he gets a chance.

  12. By Fernando on Jan 13, 2010 | Reply

    Darren-
    willl there be another rally this week?

  13. By darrenurban on Jan 13, 2010 | Reply

    Fernando —

    There will be an airport rally Friday. Time TBA.

  14. By LUKE on Jan 13, 2010 | Reply

    good luck rob!happy for ya!keep rootin for the big red buddy!

  15. By Sean on Jan 13, 2010 | Reply

    As has been mentioned prior, Rob is a class act.

    I loved watching him as a Cardinal and really enjoyed his insights into the game.

    I also found it interesting from a human side that you could hear the pain in his voice on-air anytime the Cardinals lost a game. He was still on the field and playing, it sounded like. Very cool to hear such attachment.

    Best of luck to Rob. Syracuse is fortunate to have him.

  16. By chem dawg on Jan 13, 2010 | Reply

    good luck with the oarngemen rob. it was great to have a class wr like you reppin our team and thanks for all the great catches youve made fo our cardinals. 98 was a good little run and im glad you were a part of it and that you were here to witness our return to the playoffs and a super bowl run. good luck you deserve all the best in life. now lets get back to that bowl an go all out an win it !!!! GO CARDINALS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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