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Kamenetz Honors Former Baltimore Colts Legend Lenny Moore

Randallstown Road Named in His Honor

Towson, Maryland (October 8, 2013) – Dozens of enthusiastic Baltimore Colts fans gathered around County Executive Kevin Kamenetz this morning at a ceremony as he unveiled the road sign for "Lenny Moore Way," the honorary new name for Resource Drive in Randallstown.

"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 this 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," said County Executive Kevin Kamenetz.

Career Highlights

Kamenetz recounted some of the remarkable history of this Hall of Fame player who started as an All American halfback from Penn State University, citing highlights including:

  • Ninth pick in the 1956 NFL Draft, earning Rookie of the Year honors
  • Seven Pro Bowls
  • Seven-time All Pro
  • Two NFL Championships, 1958 and 1959
  • NFL 1950s All-Decade Team
  • NFL record 18 games in a row with a touchdown
  • The only NFL player to have 40 rushing and 40 receiving touchdowns
  • 12,449 career all purpose yards, 4.8 rushing average, 113 total touchdowns

Lenny Moore Way

Resource Drive in Randallstown – now also known as Lenny Moore Way –  is the entrance road that leads from Liberty Road to the Baltimore County complex housing the Randallstown Community Center, the Liberty Senior Center and other County offices.

"We thought that this would be the perfect spot to dedicate to Lenny Moore because it is a place where people young and old gather to enjoy sports, fitness and good fellowship – all of which have been central themes throughout Mr. Moore's career and lifetime," said Fourth District Councilman Ken Oliver.

View photos from today's event on Flickr.