On April 20th William Moore of the Atlanta Falcons was arrested. Moore had claimed to have been speeding while driving with a suspended license. His license was suspended as a result of a failure to appear in court which was following a previous infraction that he had committed. According to Mike Florio, who is a spokesperson from profootballtalk.com, his previous infraction was an additional speeding ticket so now he has two. After the traffic stop he was booked into county jail where he soon posted bail of over a thousand dollars. It is believed that simply paying the previous ticket and the newest ones is going to be able to resolve the issues without resulting in a judgment against Moore.
Moore started playing football at young age. His hard work and dedication in high school as wide receiver let him to receive all-state honors. Furthermore, his impressive performances helped his high school teams win championships three years in a row. By the end of his high school years he had broke the record of 74 receptions. Moore’s exceptional ability gave him a free pass to play at a variety of colleges with high ranking football intuitions, but Moore stuck with his home-state college, University of Missouri.
Moore’s record breaking feats didn’t stop in high school. While playing college ball he took the interception record completing eight for the season and eleven interceptions his senior year. His final year he suffered several injuries causing him to miss a couple games but before netting honors in the Big 12.