The Dallas Cowboys have yet to make a personnel move involving Tony Romo but they have made a move involving the backup situation behind Dak Prescott. The Cowboys have decided to bring back Kellen Moore which should come as no shock to Cowboys fans.
Offensive Coordinator Scott Linehan has been Moore’s strongest supporter. Moore was inline to be the starter following Romo’s injury until broken leg derailed that season, propelling Prescott to the forefront.
The #Cowboys re-signed QB Kellen Moore, adding depth to their QB room. They’ll still look for an addition there.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 20, 2017
Moore should be the Cowboys backup quarterback to Prescott come opening weekend. Kellen was instrumental in the Cowboys advanced scouting this past season. He should be in line to head into coaching when his playing career is over.