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Tagged: Kellen Moore (16 Results)

Around the NFL: Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles have brought in Kellen Moore to serve as their offensive coordinator, but I’m not sure how much he’s going to re-work their offense. They’ve got some stuff that worked very well over the last three years.   more »


Around the NFL: Philadelphia Eagles

Those are two big hires for the Eagles. They’re bringing in Kellen Moore and Vic Fangio in hopes of fixing some of the issues that derailed them late in the season.   more »


Chargers OC Moore likes WR height advantage

New Los Angeles Chargers offensive coordinator Kellen Moore said recently that he is excited about his team’s versatility on offense, and he seems particularly enthusiastic about the height of his passMore catchers. Moore said that “we’ve got so much height on this team, we’re going to be throwing in a different jet stream”. From 6’8” tight end DONALD PARHAM to 6’4” rookie wide receiver QUENTIN JOHNSTON and 6’2” veteran wideout KEENAN ALLEN (among others), the Chargers should have guys that can go up and catch the jump balls coming their way from star quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Around the NFL: Los Angeles Chargers

I will be interested to see what the Chargers’ offense looks like next summer. They have plenty of talent, and they’ll be operating under a new offensive coordinator.   more »



Chargers hire Moore as new offensive coordinator

In the words of famous anchorman Ron Burgundy…”well, that escalated quickly”. The Los Angeles Chargers hired Kellen Moore as their offensive coordinator on Monday, following Moore and the Dallas Cowboys decidingMore to part ways on Sunday. Moore, 33, spent five seasons with Dallas but he now replaces Joe Lombardi in Los Angeles. Lombardi was fired by the Chargers after the team’s epic collapse in the AFC Wildcard Game loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Less

Source: Los Angeles Times


Cowboys, OC Moore agree to part ways

The Dallas Cowboys and offensive coordinator Kellen Moore have mutually agreed to part ways after for seasons at the position. Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy could take over play-calling duties movingMore forward. Moore, meanwhile, is expected to meet with the Los Angeles Chargers for their offensive coordinator opening. Moore is also expected to field significant interest from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for their vacant offensive coordinator gig. Less



Quinn to remain with Cowboys, Moore’s future unclear

The Dallas Cowboys announced on Thursday that defensive coordinator Dan Quinn will remain with the team for the 2023 season. Quinn interviewed for head coaching openings in Arizona, Denver, and IndianapolisMore in recent weeks but he ultimately decided to remain in Dallas, where he oversaw an effective defense. Meanwhile, the status of offensive coordinator Kellen Moore is less clear. Moore interviewed for the head coaching job in Carolina, which went to Frank Reich. When asked about Moore on Thursday, Dallas head coach Mike McCarthy wasn’t interested in discussing his status. McCarthy would only say that Moore will be evaluated, “just like the rest of the coaches”. Less



Prescott ready to roll with no limitations

Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore said that quarterback DAK PRESCOTT is ready for the season opener and is currently practicing without limitations. Prescott took three weeks off from throwing afterMore straining his right shoulder but he has gradually ramped up his activity. Moored added that Prescott “looked great” this week and that the team is “fired up” to have him back leading the offense. Less

Source: Team Website


Moore to continue play-calling for Cowboys

New Dallas head coach Mike McCarthy let most of the previous coaching staff go but decided to keep offensive coordinator Kellen Moore as part of the new staff. McCarthy has nowMore said that Moore will continue to call plays as the offensive coordinator. Moore has had a meteoric rise to OC of the Cowboys – going from third string quarterback to play-caller in just three seasons. It appears that his rise will continue under McCarthy. Less

Source: Team Blog


Moore likely to return as Cowboys OC

New Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy is expected to retain current offensive coordinator Kellen Moore as part of his new coaching staff. Moore is reportedly leaning toward remaining with theMore team under McCarthy’s leadership. Moore guided the Cowboys to an NFL-best 431.5 yards per game and 27.1 points per game (sixth best in the NFL) in his first season as offensive coordinator. Less



Cowboys hoping to fix offense for 2019

New Dallas offensive coordinator Kellen Moore is expected to add some creativity and fix the team’s problems in the red zone heading into the 2019 season. The Cowboys will attempt toMore improve an offense that finished 22nd in the NFL last season in both yards and points per game. Star running back EZEKIEL ELLIOTT is still expected to be the focal point of a run-first team, but the Cowboys expect more from Moore than they got from previous coordinator Scott Linehan in 2018. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News


New OC Moore to call plays for Cowboys

New Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore is expected to call plays for the team in 2019. Moore was recently promoted from quarterback coach to replace the fired Scott Linehan. OwnerMore Jerry Jones is counting on Moore’s youth and creativity to improve a Cowboys offense that was stagnant, predictable, and struggled to score in 2018. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News


Cowboys name Moore as offensive coordinator

The Dallas Cowboys officially named Kellen Moore as the team’s new offensive coordinator on Thursday. While the team has not confirmed that the 29-year-old Moore will call plays, team owner JerryMore Jones hinted that it is likely. Jones said that Moore will be a key guy when it comes to what play is run on the field. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News


Kitna, Moore expected to lead Dallas offense

The Dallas Cowboys are expected to name former quarterback Jon Kitna as their new quarterbacks coach. The team’s current quarterbacks coach, Kellen Moore, is a leading candidate to become the Cowboys’More offensive coordinator. If the Cowboys do proceed with Moore, head coach Jason Garrett is expected to be more involved with the offense. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News


Cowboys release QB Moore

The Dallas Cowboys released backup quarterback KELLEN MOORE on Thursday, just four days after COOPER RUSH took over the backup duties behind starter DAK PRESCOTT. Moore has not taken an offensive snap in the regular season this year, and he missed all of last season with a fractured fibula.

Source: Team Website

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