Fresh out of the Dallas Cowboys, Kellen Moore didn’t take long to find a new team. This Monday (30), the Los Angeles Chargers announced the hiring of offensive coordinator for Brandon Staley’s coaching staff.
After losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Wild Card round, the Chargers fired then-team offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi. Kellen Moore, in turn, reached a common agreement to leave the Cowboys this Sunday (29).
Moore took over as quarterback coach for the Cowboys in 2018, immediately after ending his playing career. With a meteoric rise, he was promoted to offensive coordinator the following year. The former quarterback led the Cowboys to the best offense in the NFL in points and yards average in the 2019 and 2021 seasons. 7) and in yards (391).
As a player, Moore set the FBS college football winning record. Acting as quarterback for Boise State, the Chargers’ new offensive coordinator won 50 of the 53 games he played as a starter.
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