Timothy Moore, the older brother of former South Carolina CB Captain Munnerlyn, spent 19 years in prison for killing a 15-year-old boy.
On Sunday, when Munnerlyn and the Minnesota Vikings open at Tennessee, Moore will see his younger brother play in person for the first time.
According to a story from twincities.com, Moore spent several months in a transitional facility after he was granted parole in June of last year.
“I’m excited for him to come to the game,” Munnerlyn said. “I’ve been in the NFL a long time, and he finally can get to see me in person instead of on TV. He can yell at me in person instead of at the TV.”
The twincities.com story said Moore now works with the Captain Munnerlyn Foundation.
“I’ve been telling him since he was in high school that he was going to make the NFL, and one day I’m finally going to get a chance to see him play,” Moore said. “It’s a dream come true.”