Kenny Moore II
NFL Player and Community Activist
Kenny Moore II is a professional football player for the Indianapolis Colts. He has played in 42 career NFL games (31 starts) in three seasons with the Colts (2017-19) and has compiled 170 tackles (141 solo), 9.0 tackles for loss, 4.0 sacks, 19 passes defensed, six interceptions, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. Moore entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the New England Patriots in 2017. He participated in training camp with the Patriots before being claimed by Indianapolis off waivers prior to the 2017 season.
In three seasons with the Colts, Moore has become one of the most active players in the greater Indianapolis community. With a passion to help families and youth, he consistently uses his platform to serve others and be a positive role model. Moore participates in Colts Community Mondays, which is a season-long outreach program in which players participate in activities every Monday. Using their only day off from practice, he and his Colts teammates take time to give back to various non-profit organizations across Indiana. Moore has participated in events at Second Helpings, Wheeler Mission and the Marion County Juvenile Detention Center. He partakes in the Colts Community Ticket Block and provides game tickets to various charitable organizations, including A Kid Again, Indy Police Athletic League and Dream Alive.
A native of Valdosta, Ga., Moore is dedicated to giving back to the community that helped mold him into the man that he is today. During the offseason, he routinely goes back to his hometown to spend time with family and friends. Moore’s mantra is 1ove which means inclusion for all and coming together in love. For the last two years, he has hosted a “Day of 1ove” Community Festival and a free youth football camp in Valdosta. In 2019, Moore pledged $12,500 to Reach Georgia, which is a needs-based scholarship and mentoring program that serves 134 school systems around the state.
Collegiately, Moore played at Valdosta State University. He appeared in 46 games over his four-year (2013-16) Blazer career and compiled 171 tackles (117 solo), 8.5 tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks, 30 passes defensed, 11 interceptions (two returned for touchdowns) and one forced fumble.
Moore is the son of Angela Carter and the late Kenneth Moore. He is one of seven siblings and has a twin sister.