Kamrin Moore
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Former New York Giants safety Kamrin Moore has been cleared of the domestic violence charges he received back in July.

This week, it was announced that former New York Giants safety Kamrin Moore had been cleared of domestic violence charges.

Authorities arrested Moore back in July and charged him with third-degree aggravated assault. The woman, who was believed to be Moore’s girlfriend at the time, claimed he stepped on her neck as well as punched her in the face.

Moore, who was waived by the Giants and placed on the commissioner’s exempt list, is now attempting to be reinstated into the league. This, per MBK Sports Management President Eugene Lee.

A Union County, New Jersey grand jury cleared Moore this week. It’s unclear when the reinstatement decision will be made by the NFL, or if any team would go ahead and sign him.

Moore played two games for the Giants in 2018 but couldn’t get himself onto the stat sheet. He totaled just 10 snaps in those two games combined, seven defensively and three on special teams.

Moore previously spent four seasons playing ball for Boston College. In 39 career collegiate games, Moore racked up 142 total tackles, seven tackles-for-loss, one sack, two interceptions, 21 passes defended, and two fumble recoveries.

The New Orleans Saints originally selected Moore in the sixth round (No. 189 overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft. The safety signed a rookie deal. However, the Saints waived him prior to the regular season on Sept. 1.

It’s unclear if the Giants would ever sign him back after the alleged incident.

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Ryan Honey is a staff writer and host of the Wide Right Podcast.