RANDALLSTOWN, Md. - Seven Pro Bowls, two Super Bowl wins and a record for being the only NFL player to have 40 rushing and 40 receiving touchdowns…
Former Baltimore Colt Lenny Moore now has another feather in his cap – the road that leads from Liberty Road to the Baltimore County complex housing the Randallstown Community Center, Liberty Senior Center and county offices.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz headed up a ceremony Tuesday morning during which a new name of the road, known as Resource Drive in Randallstown was revealed – Lenny Moore Way.
“What an honor it is for me to stand beside Lenny Moore, one of the greatest players to ever wear a Baltimore Colts uniform and demonstrate with his honorary road sign just how much Baltimore County loves and respects him as a former player and as a steadfast friend to Randallstown and the entire Baltimore County community,” Kamenetz said.
Kamenetz said the thought to dedicate the street to Moore seemed perfect as it’s, “a place where people young and old gather to enjoy sports, fitness and good fellowship…”
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