Back and forth, back and forth. Former Boise State QB Kellen Moore seems to find himself jumping in-and-out of the practice squad during his tenure with the Dallas Cowboys.
Thursday afternoon, the Dallas Cowboys announced they had released Moore. The second time they had done so this season.
According to reports from Sports Day, Kellen has made his way back to the practice squad.
Jerry Jones asked on @1053thefan if Kellen Moore's time with the Cowboys is done. "I certainly don't see him as done at all."
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) October 27, 2017
Last season, Dak Prescott raved about the former Boise State quarterback and how he had been so crucial to his success on the field. This may be an indication of why the Cowboys keep Kellen around.
Excerpt via Dallas News:
“[He’s] a genius behind the scenes, who doesn’t get enough credit for what he does helping me out and helping this offense out. … He’s an offensive coordinator in his own mind. He’s simply a genius when it comes to helping Coach Linehan out and early in the week giving looks, helping me out with things the defense does, maybe little keys here and there to tip me off or coverages or blitzes.”
Many in Bronco Nation thought this would be the last straw and maybe Moore would look into coaching. Doesn’t look that way; for now.