Cowboys Sign Kellen Moore To P-Squad

Kellen Moore‘s time in Dallas will continue despite the Cowboys releasing him on Thursday. The Cowboys are signing the sixth-year quarterback to their practice squad, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.

This represents the same path the 29-year-old passer took earlier this year when Dallas released him post-training camp. The Cowboys brought Moore back soon after his September release via their practice squad and promoted him to their active roster soon after.

It’s possible Moore could return to the Cowboys’ active roster soon enough, and this latest set of transactions shows the team values the left-handed signal-caller as an in-case-of-emergency option. The Cowboys run the risk of another team poaching the Boise State product, but Moore was free to sign with anyone on multiple occasions this year — including in March when the Cowboys retained him on a one-year deal — and he ended up staying in Texas.

The Cowboys cut Moore on Thursday in order to promote Blake Jarwin, thus preventing the Eagles from signing rookie tight end to their active roster.

Dak Prescott and rookie UDFA Cooper Rush, who received his first game action against the 49ers, are ahead of Moore on Dallas’ depth chart.

 

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  1. LA Sam

    Boys told em he’s not thug enough to represent……this guy doesn’t even commit misdemeanors….gonna denote em to P-Squad n give him opportunity to show how bad he wants to be a Cowboy…..do u have what it takes….to be police blotter all-star….?

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