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Toronto Argonauts Sign Veteran NFL DE Damontre Moore

With injuries to edge rushers JaGared Davis and Shane Ray. The Toronto Argonauts have signed NFL veteran defensive end Damontre Moore.

Moore is the third American edge rusher, Toronto has signed in the last month. The Argos have recently inked Brandon Barlow and Ali Fayad to help fortify depth on the edge.

JaGared Davis is currently on Toronto’s six-game injured list. Ray leads the team with six sacks but suffered a knee injury against Ottawa. The timetable for his return is still uncertain. Last week, Toronto head coach Ryan Dinwiddie informed the media that he believes that Ray dodged a bullet because there is no structural damage to his right knee.

The 7-5 East-leading Boatmen are currently on a bye week. They will return to action next Saturday in Ottawa against the Redblacks.


TORONTO – The Toronto Argonauts Football Club announced today they have signed American DLDamontre Moore.

Moore, 30, spent the last 10 years (2013-2022) playing in the NFL after being drafted in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the New York Giants. The 6’4, 260lb lineman from Texas played 66 games over the course of his NFL career with seven different teams (New York Giants, Miami, Seattle, Dallas, Oakland, San Francisco, Carolina) and tallied 97 tackles, 11 sacks, 12 tackles for loss, four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. Moore most recently spent time with the Carolina Panthers in 2022. The Texas A&M product spent three seasons at College Station (2010-2012) where he was named to the Freshman All-Conference team and was a consensus All-American in his Junior year.

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