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Lenny Moore

 

Lenny Moore played wide receiver and running back for the Baltimore Colts from 1956-67. He remains a regular presence at the Ravens’ training facility, watching practice and imparting wisdom to current players. Moore, who was inducted to the Hall of Fame in 1975, retired ninth all-time in the NFL with 12,451 combined yards. His distinctive career also includes being All-NFL for five years, playing in seven Pro Bowls and being named the NFL Player of the Year and Comeback Player of the Year in 1964, after scoring 20 TDs.

Career Highlights

  • Led the club in rushing with 1,069 carries for 5,174 yards and 63 TDs
  • Brought in 363 receptions for 6,039 yards and 48 TDs
  • Played in 143 games in his career, recording a total of 678 career points on 113 TDs
  • Has the distinction of not only being the No. 1 draft choice in 1956, but also being named Rookie of Year
  • From 1963-65, Moore scored touchdowns in a record 18 straight games, 11 consecutive via rush.
  • In the Colts’ 1958 NFL Championship victory of the New York Giants, Moore caught five passes for 99 yards.