Kellen Moore (Dallas Cowboys) Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, Children, Contract, NFL and Net Worth
April 20, 2021
Kellen Moore Biography
Kellen Moore is the offensive coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. He is an American football coach and former quarterback.
Kellen Moore Age
Kellen was born on July 5, 1988, in Prosser, Washington, United States, and is 32 years old as of 2020.
Kellen Moore Birthday
Kellen celebrates his birthday on the 5th of July every year.
Kellen Moore Height
Moore stands at a height of 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) with a weight of 200 lb (91 kg).
Kellen Moore Family
From 1986 to 2008, Kellen’s father, Tom, was the head coach at Prosser High School, winning 21 league titles and four state titles. His parents are unknown, and he also has a younger brother named Kirby.
Kellen Moore Wife
Moore and his wife Julie Wilson have been together since 2011. Kyler Robert Moore is the couple’s only child.
Kellen Moore Net Worth
Moore has an estimated Net Worth of $ 1.5 million all from his successful career as a quarterback and as the offensive coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys
Kellen Moore Contract
He had a 5-year deal, starting at $1.4 million and going up to $75,000 each season.
Kellen Moore Career
In 2007, he was suspended from his college career. He led the Broncos to an unbeaten regular season and WAC title in 2008 as a redshirt freshman, tossing 25 touchdowns and 9 turnovers in 12 games.
After a stellar freshman season in which he led Boise State to a 12–1 record, he was selected WAC Freshman of the Year and Second-Team All-Conference, as well as being voted Boise State’s Most Valuable Offensive Player by his teammates.
In 2009, College Football News rated him as one of the 37 top returning players in college football. Moore also started and played the whole game against TCU, which was heavily favored. He led the team on a 78-yard touchdown scoring drive in the fourth quarter to give them the lead for good and win the game 17–10.
Moore was ranked first in Sporting News’ annual ranking of the best 25 players in the country in 2011. In the 2010 Heisman Trophy voting, he finished ahead of Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck and Oregon running back LaMichael James, who all finished ahead of Moore.
He signed with the Dallas Cowboys on September 6, 2015, reuniting with former Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan. On September 23, Tony Romo was named to the active roster to serve as Brandon Weeden’s backup after fracturing his left collarbone.
He also broke his right leg’s fibula during a training camp workout on August 2, 2016, and was put on injured reserve on August 30. Moore re-signed with the Cowboys in 2017. On September 2, 2017, he was released by the Cowboys, but on September 5, 2017, he was re-signed.
On October 26, 2017, he was cut from the practice squad and re-signed to the practice squad. Moore announced his retirement from the NFL in 2018. After reuniting with the NFL, He later became the Cowboys’ quarterbacks coach after the Cowboys long-time coach Wade Wilson retired.