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Tarvarius Moore



Experience: 5 years

Height: 6-2

Age: 27

Weight: 200 lbs

College: Southern Mississippi

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  • Veteran defensive back enters his first season with the Bears after previously playing with the San Francisco 49ers
  • Has played in 61 career games with 13 starts
  • Has logged 87 total tackles (63 solo) with six passes defensed, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one tackle for loss
  • Also adds 21 special teams tackles (17 solo)

2022 SEASON (49ERS):

  • Played in 13 games, recording four tackles (three solo) on defense and four tackles on special teams
  • Missed two games with a hamstring injury and two contests with a knee injury
  • Saw action in three postseason games, recording a tackle (solo) on defense and a tackle on special teams
  • At Chicago (Sept. 11): Posted a tackle on special teams, racing down on a punt to bring down WR Dante Pettis at the Chicago 6 for no gain
  • Vs. Kansas City (Oct. 23): Played five snaps on defense and finished with a season-high two tackles (both solo)
  • Vs. L.A. Chargers (Nov. 13): Recorded a tackle on kickoff coverage, running past two players to take down WR DeAndre Carter at the Los Angeles 13

2021 SEASON (49ERS):

  • Suffered an Achilles injury in early June and was placed on the reserve/physically unable to perform list on Aug. 31
  • Was sidelined for the entire season

2020 SEASON (49ERS):

  • Appeared in all 16 games for the third straight season and registered career highs in games started (eight), tackles (49) and solo tackles (34)
  • Also posted a tackle for a loss, a pass defensed, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and three special teams tackles
  • Recorded six-plus tackles in five games
  • At N.Y. Giants (Sept. 27): Posted a tackle (assist) and recovered the first fumble of his career with the Giants driving late in the fourth quarter after LB/S Marcel Harris forced WR Darius Slayton to fumble
  • At New England (Oct. 25): Posted six tackles (five solo) and a pass defensed. In the first quarter, came up and tackled RB James White on a pass to the flat after a gain of 3 yards on third-and-4
  • At New Orleans (Nov. 15): Finished with six tackles (four solo) and a forced fumble on QB Taysom Hill on a QB-keeper play that was recovered by Harris
  • At Dallas (Dec. 20): Registered six tackles (four solo) and the first tackle for a loss of his career when he took down WR Amari Cooper on an end-around for a loss of 11 yards in the fourth quarter
  • At Arizona (Dec. 26): Recorded a career-best 11 tackles (seven solo), with three stops coming within 3 yards of the line of scrimmage, including an assist on a tackle of RB Kenyan Drake for no gain at the San Francisco 1

2019 SEASON (49ERS):

  • Played in all 16 games with three starts and registered 15 tackles (10 solo) and three passes defensed
  • Ranked No. 2 on the team with a career-best 10 special teams tackles
  • Appeared in all three postseason games, posting an INT, two passes defensed and two tackles on special teams
  • At Tampa Bay (Sept. 8): Started and posted a season-high eight tackles (five solo) and a pass defensed when he stepped in front of WR Chris Godwin to break up a pass on fourth-and-goal at the San Francisco 2 with the 49ers up by six points early in the fourth quarter
  • At Cincinnati (Sept. 15): Started and registered four tackles (two solo), including a stop of RB Giovani Bernard for a gain of 1 yard on third-and-2 with under five minutes to play in the fourth quarter
  • Vs. Kansas City (Super Bowl LIV, Feb. 2): Posted two passes defensed, including an INT off a pass thrown by Patrick Mahomes that deflected off the arm of WR Tyreek Hill early in the fourth quarter

2018 SEASON (49ERS):

  • Appeared in all 16 games with two starts and registered 19 tackles (16 solo), two passes defensed and a forced fumble
  • Also posted four tackles on special teams
  • Vs. Denver (Dec. 9): Finished with a season-high three tackles on special teams, including two stops on punt returns for no gain
  • Vs. Seattle (Dec. 16): Played a season-high 67 defensive snaps and posted seven tackles (five solo) and two passes defensed. Also saw action on 16 special teams plays, laying a key block to help clear a lane on WR Richie James Jr.'s 97-yard kickoff return for a TD in the first quarter
  • Vs. Chicago (Dec. 23): Made his first career start and tied a season high with seven tackles (all solo). Registered his first career forced fumble when he punched the ball away from WR Allen Robinson II on third-and-3, a fumble that was recovered by 49ers CB Greg Mabin at the San Francisco 22 with less than two minutes to play
  • 2018 Draft: Selected by the 49ers with the second of two picks in the third round (No. 95 overall), the third-highest-drafted defensive back from Southern Miss behind only CB Patrick Surtain (1998, second round, No. 44 overall) and DB Hanford Dixon (1981, first round, No. 22 overall)