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Packers wide receiver J'Mon Moore cited in crash for driving too fast

Posted at 10:22 AM, Aug 21, 2019

HOBART (AP) — Green Bay Packers wide receiver J'Mon Moore has been cited for driving too fast for conditions after he lost control of his car in heavy rainfall and collided with a pickup truck.

A police report said Moore was driving in the Village of Hobart on Friday when his Mercedes-Benz spun out and crossed the grass median on State Highway 29, colliding with the oncoming truck.

The 24-year-old Moore wasn't hurt. He posted a video of his damaged car on Instagram and told the Green Bay Press-Gazette the crash was "pretty bad" and scary.

The truck's driver was taken to a hospital and plans to meet with a doctor to determine the extent of his injuries.

It's Moore's second year with the Packers. He is looking to stay with the team in a crowded field of wide receivers.

He could be fined between $40 and $300 for the citation. The report did not say how fast Moore was driving.