Free agent safety Rahim Moore will pay a visit to Houston to meet with the Texans, reports Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports (via Twitter). According to Garafolo, if Moore doesn’t strike a deal with the Texans, he could take another visit immediately afterward, though his next destination isn’t yet known.
Moore, who is just 25, initially ranked as the 28th-best overall free agent and the second-best safety in this year’s class, in our estimation. However, with Devin McCourty back in New England, Moore may be the most-coveted safety on the market, so unless he gets an offer he likes in Houston, he probably won’t be in any hurry to rush into an agreement.
Two of the Texans’ top three safeties from a year ago are currently free agents, including Kendrick Lewis, the team’s starting free safety. Moore was Denver’s free safety for the majority of the last four seasons, and was very impressive in 2014, racking up 51 tackles to go along with four interceptions.
The Giants are also believed to have real interest in Moore.