FRISCO, Texas – Kellan Moore has officially been hired by the Dallas Cowboys as their new Quarterback Coach. He has changed his career as a quarterback in the NFL to an assistant coach. This past season he lost his position as backup to Dak Prescott to rookie Cooper Rush, who performed outstanding. Moore has been tossing the idea of trying out coaching and retiring as a player during the off-season according to multiple reports.
The QB coach position was available after Wade Wilson’s contract was not renewed for the 2018 season. Owner Jerry Jones stated he expects Moore,” to be a star in the league” and that he possesses “a lot of the same qualities as Jason Garrett.”
Jason Garrett took the same transition from QB to coach, as did Wade Wilson. They both played for the Cowboys as backups to Hall of Famer Troy Aikman. The Cowboys chose Moore to work with Dak and hopefully make the offense more “Dak-Friendly” fixing the chemistry and passing-game issues with receivers. The Cowboys have reportedly not looked elsewhere or held any other interviews for the role of QB coach. They have faith in Moore and his knowledge of the position and their offense to succeed in his new role as an assistant coach in the NFL.
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