|Full Name||Kellen Moore|
|Birth Name||Kellen Moore|
|Profession||Former football player|
|Father Name||Tom Moore|
|Mother Name||Kris Moore|
|No Of Children||2|
|Education||Boise State University|
|Date of Birth||July 12,1989|
Two Time WAC Offensive Player Of The Year, American football player, Kellen Moore, is a football quarterback for Dallas Cowboys. Currently, he is an American football coach who is the offensive coordinator of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL).
He was born on July 12, 1989, in Washington, the USA, to Tom Moore and Kris Moore. His father was the head coach at Prosser High School from 1986 to 2008. He has a brother Kirby who is also a wide receiver.
Talking about education, he went to Prosser High School and later on joined Boise State University.
Since his childhood days, he was interested in football and started playing under the coaching of his father.
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The 30 years old, Kellen Moore, is married to the love of his life, Julie Wilson. They tied the knot on July 23, 2011, after several years of a dating relationship. The pair met for the first time while they were in high school.
Together they have welcomed two kids: son Kyler (born in August 2014) and daughter Halle.
The family of four is living a blissful life without any bad rumours.
As of 2020, Kellen Moore 's net worth is around $2 million. The major part of his income is from his career as an NFL player. While he was in Lions, he used to get paid around $390,000 in 2012. Later on, in 2015, he received $6,60,000 while he was a player for the Cowboys.
Normally, the quarterback in the USA gets paid $3 million on average, so he also might have received his salary in the same range.
Playing football since the early days, his career turned professional in 2012 after being associated with Detroit Lions. He was with Detroit Lions till 2014. Following year, he joined Dallas Cowboys and played until 2017.
While there, his teammates voted him as the Boise State's Most Valuable Offensive Player. He also won the Football Writers' Association of America's freshman, the All-American team.
On January 23, 2018, Moore signed with the Dallas Cowboys to become the team's quarterback coach.