Redskins Add Veteran Safety With Loss Of Kareem Moore

August 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Redskins have taken the first step towards the Kareem Moore healing process by signing veteran safety Tyrone Carter.
Moore was injured during the Redskins 23-3 defeat against the Baltimore Ravens last Saturday night. During a tricky fake punt executed by the Ravens, Moore injured his knee while trying to make a tackle.
After receiving arthroscopic knee surgery described as a “simple scope” on Monday morning, the team has announced that they will be without Moore for four-to-six weeks.
While current safeties Reed Doughty or Chris Horton will fill the first-team void at the temporarily vacant position, Carter brings experience, depth, and the ability to contribute on special teams.
Kareem Moore and Chris Horton each started at the strong safety spot last season and "The Predator" looks to bounce back after suffering his own injury in 2009.
“I know I can play both,” Horton said, speaking of the free and strong safety positions. “...

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