He started all 16 games for the Philadelphia and led the Eagles in takeaways with four fumble recoveries and two interceptions. He finished fifth on Philadelphia's defense with a career-high 105 tackles. Moore tallied three interceptions in three postseason contests including picking off a Jim Miller pass in the Bears 33-19 playoff loss to the Eagles.
Miller was knocked out of the game on the play, suffering a separated shoulder when Hugh Douglas lifted him off his feet and drove him into the ground. The Eagles defensive end was fined $35,000 for the incident.
Moore is the second Eagles starter the Bears signed away from Philadelphia this off-season. He joins linebacker Mike Caldwell, who inked a four-year contract with the Bears March 15.
The Eagles decided not to re-sign Moore, who was a restricted free agent. He'll have an opportunity to face his former team in Champaign on November 3.