Ex-Ritter back carries load
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#1 Nov 29, 2007
Devin is a great kid. I enjoyed every minute I was able to watch him play. Everytime he touched the ball, he was athreat to score.
#2 Nov 3, 2011
Devin Moore, probably one of the biggest success stories from the inner city of Indianapolis, but I do wonder if the 10 lb muscle gain will hinder his speed. Since being let go from the Colts what is the latest news saying about Devin Moore? Was his success short lived, or will he fight for a roster spot on any of the 32 teams in the NFL. I am hopeful that he will, and if he doesn't I'll still be wearing my 45 electric blue colts jersey. I'll relive the nostalgia of his short but still 'rudyesc' career. Being from the indy area we both know all too well what it means to fight for a dream. I'm still fighting for mine. I'm hoping to see him on the gridiron in the near future. And if in some strange irony he is able to read this comment on one of the countless sport blogs. I hope he is still fighting for his. GO Colts!
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