Dolphins seem to be a little front office heavy. I wonder what Dees has in mind. Good for Nat.
Dolphins Name Nat Moore Vice President/Senior Advisor http://www.miamidolphins.com/news/dolph ... or-advisor
The Miami Dolphins today named longtime Dolphin player and executive Nat Moore Vice President/Senior Advisor. Dolphins Chief Executive Officer Mike Dee made the announcement. In this new role, Moore will continue to oversee the Dolphins alumni activities and will take on an expanded senior advisory role working closely with Dee on a variety of special projects.
Drafted in the third round of the 1974 draft (78th overall) out of the University of Florida, Moore spent his entire 13-year NFL career as one of the most productive offensive players in Dolphins' history. Moore ranks among the top three players in team history in seven major statistical categories. He is second in team history in career touchdowns (75), receiving touchdowns (74) and combined yardage (8,950) and third in receptions (510), receiving yards (7,547), total yards from scrimmage (7,795) and receiving touchdowns (12) in a season.
Moore was named All-Pro and was a Pro Bowl selection in 1977 and was named the team's Most Outstanding Receiver in six straight years (1974-79). On December 5, 1999, the Dolphins organization honored Moore as the 12th honoree and second receiver to be inducted into the Dolphins Honor Roll. He also is one of 15 former Dolphins to be inducted into the Florida Sports Hall of Fame.
Establishing a reputation on and off the field led Moore to be named the 1984 NFL "Man of the Year," an honor bestowed on the player who gives outstanding service to his community, and earned him the 1986 Byron White Humanitarian Award for his service to his team, community and country.