Kellen Christopher Moore is an American football coach and former midfielder and attack coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football Federation. Previously he played six seasons in the NFL for Cowboys and Detroit Lions. Moore played college football at Boise State, where he won 50 games, mostly as starting midfielders for FBS. Signed by Detroit as an untrained freelance player in 2012, he was a member of the Lions and Cowboys for three seasons each. He joined Dallas as coach after retirement and became the team's attack coordinator in 2019 .
|Date of birth||July 5, 1988|
|Place of birth||Prosser, Washington|
|High school||Prosser (WA)|
Star quarterback at Boise State who led the team to a 50-3 record during his four years with the team. He became a backup for the NFL's Detroit Lions in 2012.
His father Tom Moore was his head football coach at Prosser High School.
Because he didn't have great size and didn't play against top competition, he went undrafted in 2012 after graduation.
He married Julie Wilson, his high school sweetheart, in July of 2011.
He and Doug Martin helped lead a dominant offense at Boise State.
- Coach of the Dallas Cowboys
- Boise State Broncos football player
- National Football Federation attack coordinators
- American football players in Washington (state)
Latest information about Kellen Moore updated on May 17 2021.