Second-year wide receiver David Moore (83) consoled by Seahawks free safety Tedric Thompson (33), after Russell Wilson’s last-play pass got deflected and went off Moore’s chest in the end zone to seal Seattle’s loss last weekend to the Los Angeles Chargers.
Second-year wide receiver David Moore (83) consoled by Seahawks free safety Tedric Thompson (33), after Russell Wilson’s last-play pass got deflected and went off Moore’s chest in the end zone to seal Seattle’s loss last weekend to the Los Angeles Chargers. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
Second-year wide receiver David Moore (83) consoled by Seahawks free safety Tedric Thompson (33), after Russell Wilson’s last-play pass got deflected and went off Moore’s chest in the end zone to seal Seattle’s loss last weekend to the Los Angeles Chargers. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com

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