Santana Moss Brother: Sinorice Moss’s Career!!

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Sinorice Moss, originally Sinorice Travonce Moss, is a former American football wide receiver in the Canadian Football League (CFL) and National Football League (NFL). He is the brother of former wide receiver Santana Moss who played in the NFL for 14 seasons.

Aside from his brother, his younger cousin Zack Moss is also associated with football and currently plays as a running back for the Indianapolis Colts.

Similarly, Sinorice’s older maternal cousin Patrick Peterson plays as a cornerback for the Minnesota Vikings.

Sinorice & Santana Moss
Sinorice & Brother Santana Moss (Source: Pinterest)

The former wide receiver Sinorice played for six seasons in NFL and CLF combined and was part of the New York Giants that won Super Bowl XLII in 2007.

And despite playing in the NFL for 14 seasons, his brother did not win Super Bowl but was selected as an All-Pro in 2005.

To learn more about Santana and his brother Sinorice, please read this article right up to the end.

We shall discuss Sinorice’s early life, career, relationship, kids, and much more exciting stuff in the article below.

But before moving on, please check the facts table below.

Santana Moss Brother | Quick Facts

Birth Name Sinorice Travonce Moss
Known As Sinorice Moss
Date of Birth December 28, 1983
Birthplace Miami Florida
Religion Catholic
Sexual Orientation Straight
Father Name Lloyd Moss
Mother Name  Natalie Moss
Gender Male
Age 39 Years Old
Profession Former Professional NFL Player
Famous For  Brother of Former NFL Wide Receiver Santana Moss, Former Football Wide Receiver
Nationality American
Education Miami Carole City Senior High School (MCCSH), University of Miami
Height 5 ft. 8 in/1.73 m/73 cm
Weight 185 lb./84 kg
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Brown
Build Large
Marital Status Unmarried
Wife Not Known
Children One Son (Sinorice Moss Jr.)
Siblings Santana Moss
Zodiac Sign  Capricorn
Played For New York Giants (2006-2010)

Philadelphia Eagles (2011)

Saskatchewan Roughriders (2012)

Position Wide Receiver
NFL Stats Reception: 39

Receiving Yards: 421

Receiving Touchdowns: 3

NFL Draft 2006 / Round: 2 / Pick: 44
Roster Status Retired
Career Highlights Super Bowl Champion (XLII)
Jersey Number 83
Net Worth $1 to $5 Million
Social Media InstagramTwitter
Merch  Signed New York Giants Framing, New York Giants Signed Mini Helmet
Last Update January 2023

Santana Moss Brother | Early Life, Education & Body Measurements

Sinorice Moss was born in Miami, Florida, on December 28, 1983, to his father, Lloyd Moss, and his mother, Natalie Moss.

He grew up with his older brother Santana Moss who is four years older than him.

Seeing his older sibling play the ball game, Sinorice was drawn toward football naturally.

He went to Miami Carol City Senior High and played football for the Carol City Chiefs.

Sinorice Moss For The Miami Hurricanes
Sinorice Moss For The Miami Hurricanes (Source: State of The U)

Similarly, he continued with his passion in college too, playing for the Miami Hurricanes football team at the University of Miami.

Moss was a standout wide receiver in college and was awarded MVP of the 2006 Senior Bowl.

Besides football, Moss was also a track athlete and recorded a personal best of 6.42 seconds in the 55 meters while at college.

Talking about body measurements, Sinorice stands 1.73 meters tall and weighs around 185 lbs.

Despite being below average height for the wide receiver, Sinorice performed astoundingly well in college, opening numerous possibilities for the future.

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Santana Moss Brother | Career

After incredible colligate football, Sinorice was drafted in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the New York Giants with the 44th overall pick.

However, a series of injuries caused him to miss training camp.

Even though the Giants expected to prepare Sinorice to be their slot receiver in 2006, his injuries limited him to five receptions during his rookie season in six games.

Nevertheless, the year 2007 saw Sinorice win Super Bowl XLII as part of the Giants.

Moss vowed to improve his gameplay the following season even more but was surpassed by fellow wide receivers.

Before the 2010 season, Moss sustained a sports hernia and, in August 2010, was placed on the season-ending injured list.

Sinorice Super Bowl With The Giants
Sinorice Super Bowl With The Giants (Source: Instagram)

Despite this, he was with the Giants until they waved him after three months in November 2010 after reaching an injury settlement.

He parted ways with the Giants because of injuries recording just three touchdowns.

Sinorice then signed a contract with the Philadelphia Eagles on January 10, 2011; however, he was released in September of the same year during final roster cuts.

He then signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League on April 24, 2012.

Nonetheless, he was released by the team during the off-season on March 2013 after playing in only two regular season games.

A Short Bio About Santana Moss

Santana Moss, older brother of former wide receiver Sinorice Moss was born on June 1, 1979, in Miami, Florida. He went to Miami Carol City Senior High and played football for its football team Carol City Chiefs.

After getting out of high school, Santana went to the University of Miami.

He joined the Miami Hurricanes football team at the University of Miami in 1997 as a walk-on before being presented with an athletic scholarship after the third game of the season.

After a successful college career, Santana was drafted 16th overall in the first round of the 2001 NFL Draft by the New York Jets.

He made his NFL debut against the Miami Dolphins in the 2001 season in Week 10. He spent four seasons with the Jets.

After the 2004 season, Moss was traded to the Washington Redskins in exchange for Laveranues Coles.

Santana Moss
Santana Moss (Source: Washington FAMILY Magazine)

And after ten seasons with the Redskins, Moss retired from the sport following the 2014 season.

Talking about his personal life, he has been married to Latosha Moss since 2008 and has four children together.

Though he left football after 14 successful seasons, he never left education and obtained a Master of Business Administration in 2006 from the University of Miami Business School.

Similarly, he pursued a broadcasting career post-retirement. In March 2017, it was announced that Santana would be a color commentator for the Arena Football League’s Washington Valor.

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Santana Moss Brother | Personal Life & Social Media Presence

Sinorice’s current relationship status is unknown. However, he does have a son named Sinorice Moss Jr. He has not revealed the identity of his baby momma in public, though.

He often shares his son’s picture on his social media handle.

Since retiring from his football career, Sinorice has begun pursuing an acting career.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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He has a sizable social media following. His Instagram profile has over 11.2k followers, and Twitter has more than 22.6k followers as of this writing.

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Santana Moss Brother | Net Worth

While the exact number of Sinorice’s net worth is unavailable, according to some sources, he is worth around $1 and $5 million.

He has earned his money through a few years in football and broadcasting gigs.

On July 25, 2006, Sinorice signed a four-year $3.51 million rookie contract with the New York Giants.

This deal included $700,000 in signing bonus and $877,500 in annual salary.

He then signed one year $1,176,000 contract with the Philadelphia Eagles, including a $1,176,000 average annual salary.

As for his brother, Santana has a net worth of $8 million as of this writing. He played in the NFL for 14 seasons which can more or less be attributed to his fortune.

In May 2005, he signed a six years deal with the Washington Redskins worth $31 million. According to the deal, he was paid $3 million in signing bonus and $5,166,667 in annual salary.

Similarly, in July 2011, Santana signed three years $15 million extension with the Redskins with a $5 million signing bonus, $5 million in average annual salary, and $6 million in total guaranteed.

Unknown Facts

  • While at the University of Miami, Sinorice recorded a personal best of 10.50 seconds in the 100 meters.
  • Santana Moss was also a two-time state champion in the triple jump. He won the state title in the long jump during his junior season.
  • Santana recorded more than 1,000 receiving yards for the third time in his career in the 2008 season.
  • Moreover, he was inducted into Washington’s Greatest Players list on September 1, 2022, in honor of the franchise’s 90th anniversary.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)

What are Santana Moss’s career NFL statistics like?

Over the course of his NFL career, Santana recorded 732 receptions, 10,283 total yards, and 69 total touchdowns.

How tall is Santana Moss?

Santana is a little bit taller than his brother. He stands 1.78 meters tall and weighs around 193 lbs.

What are some major career achievements of Santana Moss?

Santana earned All-American honors while at the University of Miami. Similarly, he was selected as an All-Pro in 2005.

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