Kellen-Moore
Kellen Moore | Biography

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  • Full Name Kellen Christopher Moore
  • Occupation Former NFL quarterback, Football coach
  • Nationality American
  • Birthplace Prosser, Washington, USA
  • Birth Date Jul 05, 1988
  • Age 33 Years, 4 Months
American Football Coach & Former NFL Quarterback

Kellen Moore | Biography

Played for the Dallas Cowboys from 2015 to 2017

In 2018, Moore announced his retirement from the NFL. Following his retirement, he returned to Dallas as a coach, eventually becoming the team's offensive coordinator in 2019.


Kellen Christopher Moore is a football coach working as the offensive coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL).

Who is Kellen Moore?

Kellen Christopher Moore is a former American NFL quarterback and a football coach. In 2012, Moore was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Lions. He spent three seasons each with the Lions (2012 to 2014) and the Cowboys (2015 to 2017). 

How Old is Kellen Moore?

Kellen Christopher Moore was born on 5 July 1988 in Prosser, Washington. As of November 2021, he is 33 years old.

Dallas Cowboys

Moore was signed to the Dallas Cowboys' practice squad on 6 September 2015, reuniting with former Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan. On 23 September, Moore was upgraded to the active roster as Brandon Weeden's backup after Tony Romo first fractured his left collarbone. Until the Cowboys acquired former American quarterback Matt Cassel, Moore was the team's backup for two games. He was then waived on 10 November and re-signed to the practice squad two days later.

On 2 December, Moore was upgraded to the active roster. Moore made his regular-season debut against the New York Jets on 19 December, replacing Cassel. Marcus Gilchrist intercepted Moore's second career NFL pass. However, Moore connected with Dez Bryant for his first career touchdown on the next possession.

The Cowboys were formally excluded from playoff contention after their defeat to the Jets. Thus, the team used the final two games to evaluate Moore. The following week, Moore made his first start against the Buffalo Bills, completing 13 of 31 passes and tossing an interception to AJ Tarpley in the third quarter as the Cowboys lost 6-16.

In his first home start, Moore passed for 435 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions in a 23-34 loss to the Washington Redskins. He became the team's fifth quarterback to throw for 400 yards or more in a single game, and he also passed for the sixth-most yards in a single game.

On 2 August 2016, he fractured his right fibula during a training camp practice and was placed on an injured reserve on 30 August. 

In 2018, Moore announced his retirement from the NFL. Following his retirement, he returned to Dallas as a coach, eventually becoming the team's offensive coordinator in 2019.

Wife

Moore is married to his wife, Julie Wilson. The pair tied the knot on 23 July 2011. They have a son, Kyler Robert Moore. 

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