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Moore struggling with hands, confidence

Moore struggling with hands, confidence

OWINGS MILLS – One bad game can represent a lapse in concentration. Twice can be explained as a coincidence. The third time qualifies as a legitimate negative trend. For Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Clarence Moore, multiple dropped passes during the majority of the preseason has extended into the regular season and opened questions about his status as a starter.

In the final seconds of the first half in the Ravens' 24-7 loss to Indianapolis, Moore flubbed a pass deep in Colts territory that could have set up a game-tying field goal. He compounded the error by committing a false start penalty on the ensuing play. The Ravens' operative plan is for the 6-foot-6, 220-pound Moore to act as a complementary target opposite No. 1 wideout Derrick Mason. Yet...

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