The Cowboys have waived quarterback Kellen Moore, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com (on Twitter). If the QB clears waivers, Dallas would like to re-sign him to the practice squad, according to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News (on Twitter).
Moore, 25, re-signed with the Lions for two years this past offseason before being released in early September. Later on, Dallas inked Moore to the taxi squad before eventually promoting him to the 53-man roster. Still, the three-year veteran has yet to make an appearance in the NFL. With Tony Romo scheduled to return in Week 11, the Cowboys are prepared to roll with only two quarterbacks on the main roster – Matt Cassel and Brandon Weeden.