here's a good story, Browns have another come out of nowhere recovery project (just like Trusnik, their starting ILB), signed out off their practice squad, Evan Moore had a great game in his first action as a pro. Evan Moore is 6'6 and 247 with a good speed and soft hands. article Little-known Evan Moore shows surprising skill as a pass-catching tight end: Browns Insider By Mary Kay Cabot December 06, 2009, 11:30PM CLEVELAND, Ohio -- When Evan Moore woke up on Saturday morning, he was on the Browns' practice squad. Later that afternoon, he was elevated to the 53-man roster. By the end of the Sunday's 30-23 loss to the Chargers, he led the team with 80 yards on six catches. Oh, did we mention it was his first pro game? Signed to the practice squad on Nov. 9, Moore had a debut to remember and may become a sorely needed weapon at tight end. "In the most humble way possible, I'm confident in my abilities," he said. "These coaches put together a game plan that gave me the chance to make plays and I knew that if we called these plays and I was out there running them, that I could take advantage of it. I'm not surprised, but I'm happy about it." Josh Cribbs wasn't surprised either. "Moore came out of the woodwork and he's goiing to be good for us," said Cribbs. "He's going to be one of those guys that has incredible talent. On scout team, he was unbelievable, just killing our first-team defense. We had to make him active and look what he did out there today." Moore made his mark immediately catching three passes for 42 yards on the game's opening drive to lead to Mohamed Massaquoi's 11-yard TD catch. He also made a fine catch of a deep ball out of bounds. Later, in the fourth quarter, he caught a 13-yarder on fourth down to keep alive a field goal drive. The only one he'd really like to have back was the one that bounced off his helmet on the final Browns drive. "For the most part, football is football and our coaches have done a really good job of kind of ingraining it in my head. I've seen a system like this before. Obviously, I blew it when I got popped in the head. I won't forget that one." Eric Mangini was impressed. "To be able to go from the practice squad to a game and have that type of production, it's not easy to do," he said. Moore was originally signed by the Saints as an undrafted rookie out of Stanford in 2008. He spent all of last season on injured reserve before being waived earlier this year. "This is my fourth week here and [he and Brady Quinn] have been able to get after it a bit in practice," he said. "Brady's a good quarterback, so if I just get to the right place, he's going to put the ball there."