The Cowboys had the No. 1 offense in the NFL in 2019 but went to 12th this previous season, thanks primarily to injuries at essential positions, including quarterback and offensive tackle.
The Eagles have asked for consent to interview Moore.
The Cowboys signed Moore to a three-year extension before the Giants season finale when he rejected the Boise job.
The Eagles, who recently fired Doug Pederson, have an intriguing issue at quarterback with Carson Wentz under contract together with Jalen Hurts, who had a sizzling end to his novice year when he replaced Wentz as a starter.
Per NFL guidelines, even if coaches are under contract, teams need to permit their coaches to speak with for positions that are seen as a promotion, consisting of coordinator spots and obviously, head coaching jobs.
Moore has taken a rather special path to get to this point with the Cowboys. He joined the team in 2014 as a player and ultimately started three games at the end of the 2015 season. He was set to be the backup to Tony Romo in 2016 prior to suffering an ankle injury in training camp, that seemingly paved the method for Dak Prescott to leap in as the starter in what would be Daks Rookie of the Year season.
In the announcement of his three-year contract earlier this month, Moore stated in a declaration that he is “extremely delighted to stay with the Dallas Cowboys as the offending coordinator … We are constructing something unique here in Dallas. I am grateful to the Jones family and Mike McCarthy for offering me with the chance to coach these special players. I am delighted for us to put everything together and finish the task.”
Moore returned as a backup quarterback the list below year however eventually joined the training staff in 2018 as the quarterbacks coach before taking control of as the offensive planner and play-caller in 2019. He kept the job in spite of Jason Garrett carrying on as the head coach and the hiring of Mike McCarthy.
FRISCO, Texas– Very first it was his university, Boise State, looking to employ him as a head coach. Now, it appears the Philadelphia Eagles are interested in interviewing Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore for their head training job.