2) Rahim Moore
Another low-risk, high-reward addition to the team is Moore. Before regressing and losing playing time in Houston last season, he was a stud for the Broncos when they first began their dominance as the best defense in the league.
Moore’s best season came in 2014, where he recorded four picks and 45 tackles along with a forced fumble. He’s a free safety, so he’ll likely play center field in replacement of Tashaun Gipson. Though the free agency period has been a letdown, Moore is definitely a candidate to make an impact.
Note: Moore was a letterman in Track & Field at Dorsey High School in Los Angeles.