Completed his third season with the Lions and blossomed into one of the CFL’s finest receivers. Grabbed 73 passes for 1,105 yards to lead the Lions and rank #3 in the CFL, one of only seven 1,000-yard receivers. Ranked #6 in receptions with 73 and had 11 games of 4 or more. Had a career day on Sep 7/13 vs HAM grabbing 12 passes for 159 yards and a TD. Had his first four 100-yard games in 2013 and missed only a single contest (Aug 5/13 vs WPG).
Nick played in seven games for the Lions in 2012 and was on the 46-man game roster for all but two weeks. In seven starts, Nick caught 32 passes for 399 yards to rank fifth on the club for the year. Down the stretch, he was among the club’s leading receivers with 20 receptions over the final four games. Remarkably, Nick caught at least five passes in six of his seven appearances and led the team in yardage on Oct 6/12 vs Calgary. Of his 32 catches, 13 went for first downs on key second down plays. Nick had a team-high 79 yards on eight catches and scored the club’s lone offensive TD Western Final.
Nick played five games early in the 2011 season before spending the final seven weeks and the post-season on the practice roster. He made five starts and spent another two weeks on the 46-man roster as a reserve. Nick caught five passes for 50 yards, including three for 24 yards in the season opener at Montreal on June 30/11. He made a pair of catches on key second down plays and added 18 yards after the catch.
Coming to the Lions following his time in the NFL, Nick was placed on the team's practice roster but was activated to the club's 46-man roster for the West Semi-Final.
Nick was an undrafted free agent signing of the Minnesota Vikings in 2009. He was placed on the club’s practice roster later that month and signed with the New England Patriots in January 2010. After signing with the St. Louis Rams in February and being released a short time later, he joined the UFL’s Florida Tuskers.
Moore was signed as a free agent by the Lions on October 6, 2010.
2005-2008: Moore, was a two-time All-MAC selection and led the Rockets as a senior with 78 receptions in 2008, including a then-Mid-American Conference record 20 catches and 162 yards in a 13-10 upset win over Michigan. He finished his four-year career with 182 catches, putting him fourth on UT's all-time list.
Nick comes from athletic family as his dad is a karate instructor and his brother, Lance, is a wide receiver with the New Orleans Saints. He was a highly recruited player coming out of high school where he also participated in track and field and basketball.