Frisco, Texas – The first was his alma mater, Base Is State, who was preparing to hire him as head coach. Now, it looks like the Philadelphia Eagles Cowboys offensive coordinator Callen Moore is interested in being interviewed for his head coaching vacancy.
The Eagles have requested permission to visit Moore.
The Giants signed Moore for a three-year extension before the end of the season when the Cowboys turned down Boise’s job.
According to NFL rules, even if the coach is under contract, teams should allow their coaches to be interviewed for the position, including coordinator spots and, of course, head coaching jobs.
The Eagles, who recently fired Dedig Pedersen, are having an interesting dilemma in a call letterback under contract with Carson Wentz, with Jalen Hurtz, who replaced Wentz as a starter, ending the season of his rookie year.
Moore has taken a unique approach to reaching this point with the Cowboys. He joined the team as a player in 2014 and eventually started three games at the end of the 2015 season. He was backed up by Tony Romo in 2016 before suffering an ankle injury at training camp, paving the way for Duck Prescott to bounce back as a starter, which would be the postman rookie of the season.
Moore returned as a backup quarterback the following year but eventually joined the coaching staff as a quarterback coach before taking over as aggressive coordinator and play-killer in 2019. Jason Garrett continued his job despite advancing as head coach. Recruitment of Mike McCarthy.
The Cowboys won the NFL. Made the No. 1 offense in the year 2019, but moved up to 12th this past season, mostly thanks to injuries to key positions, including quarterbacks and humiliating encounters.
In announcing his three-year contract earlier this month, Moore said in a statement that he was “very excited to be with the Dallas Cowboys as an offensive coordinator … we’re creating something special here in Dallas. I’m grateful for that. The Jones family and Mike McCarthy For giving me the opportunity to coach these special players. I’m excited to put all of this together and get the job done. “