Quick facts of Kellen Moore
|Net worth||$1.5 million|
|Height||6 feet 0 inches (183 cm)|
|Weight||197 pounds (89kg)|
|Date of Birth:||July 5, 1988 (31 Years)|
|Profession||Football Player, Coach|
|Social Media||Twitter: @KellenMoore_11|
Kellen Moore was born in Prosser, Washington. His father Tom is a high school football coach having coached him while at Prosser High School.
Moore is the current offensive coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys. He played for Prosser High under his father and upon graduation moved to Idaho to attend Boise State University.
Moore played for the Boise State Broncos as a quarterback alongside his younger brother Kirby, as wide receiver. He holds the record for the most efficient passer for his university with a rating of 167.3.
His other accomplishment was finishing an entire season unbeaten, in the first two seasons for Boise State Broncos.
He played professionally for the Detroit Lions between and Dallas Cowboys till his retirement in 2017.
He took over as quarterback coach in 2018, following the retirement of Wade Wilson and was promoted to his current position earlier this year.
Kellen Moore’s Height and Weight
The football player stands 6 feet 0 inches or 183 cm tall. Meanwhile, he weighs around 89 kg or 197 pounds.
How old is Kellen More?
He was born in July 5, 1988 (age 31 years)
Kellen Moore’s Net Worth: Salary, Earnings, Contract
Moore is estimated to be worth $1.5 million. While with the Detroit Lions, his contract was worth $1.8 million.
His total earnings as a player were $2.9 million, with supplemental income coming from his coaching engagements.
He is currently on a one year contract that will earn him $72,000 with bonuses.
Kellen Moore’s Wife
Moore is married to his high school sweetheart Julie Wilson. They have two children, Halle and Kyler. They currently live in Dallas and are often together in all public engagements.
Moore is not much known for his professional playing career, with most of his achievements coming during his earlier playing days.
He holds the Gatorade Player of the Year award for Washington State, having completed 787 of 1195 he threw while in high school.