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Matt Moore: Heads back to practice squad
Moore reverted back to the Chiefs' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Moore was promoted to the active roster for Sunday's Super Bowl against the Buccaneers, but he didn't take a snap. He hasn't appeared in a game since the 2019 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Matt Moore: Moves to active roster
The Chiefs elevated Moore from the practice squad Saturday.
The Chiefs will carry five quarterbacks on their active roster ahead of their Super Bowl matchup with the Buccaneers. Moore has not taken a snap with the Chiefs this season.... See More ... See Less
Matt Moore: Heads to practice squad
Moore reverted back to Kansas City's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Moore was summoned to the active roster ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Chargers, but he didn't see any action. The Oregon State product's last snaps came during the 2019 campaign, when he appeared in six games.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Matt Moore: Shifts to active roster
The Chiefs elevated Moore from the practice squad Saturday.
The Chiefs will rest Patrick Mahomes in the season finale against the Chargers, so Moore will serve as the backup to Chad Henne. Moore played in three games (two starts) last season with Mahomes out, completing 65 percent of his passes for 659 yards and four touchdowns.... See More ... See Less
Matt Moore: Latches on with Kansas City
Moore agreed to join the Chiefs' practice squad Sunday.
Moore was released by Kansas City after he failed to beat out Chad Henne for the backup job. Moore performed admirably when Patrick Mahomes was injured, completing 65.6 percent of his passes for 659 yards and four touchdowns over three games. He'll likely be an injury away from an elevation to the 53-man roster around the league.... See More ... See Less
Matt Moore: Released by Kansas City
The Chiefs released Moore on Saturday, NFL.com reports.
Chad Henne won the backup QB job in Kansas City, so Moore's future is uncertain. The 36-year-old quarterback was pivotal in keeping the Chiefs afloat last season after Patrick Mahomes suffered a dislocated kneecap, completing 65.6 percent of his passes for 659 yards and four touchdowns over three games with Mahomes on the sidelines. He's a formidable backup at this point, so he could have options in free agency.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Matt Moore: Doesn't win backup role
Moore is expected to begin the 2020 season as the Chiefs' No. 3 quarterback, Sam McDowell of The Kansas City Star reports.
Moore arrived in Kansas City late last preseason when nominal backup Chad Henne suffered a severe ankle injury. After Patrick Mahomes sustained a dislocated kneecap Week 7, Moore directed the offense for most of that game and two others, completing 65.6 percent of his passes for 659 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions. With Henne back to health, coach Andy Reid named him the No. 2 QB on Sunday, leaving Moore or potentially Jordan Ta'amu as the third option on the depth chart in the coming campaign.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Matt Moore: Staying with KC
Moore is signing a one-year contract with the Chiefs, Terez A. Paylor of Yahoo Sports reports.
Moore kept the Chiefs afloat when Patrick Mahomes missed two and a half games in the middle of last season, completing 65.6 percent of his passes for 7.3 YPA while tossing four touchdowns and no interceptions. The Chiefs also re-signed Chad Henne, who suffered an ankle fracture last August but could now retake the backup job in 2020. The two veterans figure to duke it out in training camp.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Matt Moore: Solid as backup in 2019
Moore completed 59 of 91 pass attempts for 659 yards and four touchdowns in six appearances -- including two starts -- in the 2019 regular season. He didn't play a snap during the postseason.
Moore led Kansas City's offense on three occasions while Patrick Mahomes was sidelined with a dislocated kneecap, and he did enough to carve out two wins during that span while logging a 4:0 TD:INT ratio. Given his success when called upon as a backup last season, the Chiefs may be inclined to pursue another contract to keep the 35-year-old signal-caller around for 2020.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Matt Moore: Ready for Super Bowl LIV
Moore (illness) is active for Sunday's Super Bowl against San Francisco, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Moore sat out the NFC Championship Game against Tennessee due to an illness, but he won't face any restrictions for Sunday's Super Bowl. The veteran signal-caller is set to serve as the No. 2 option behind Patrick Mahomes for Kansas City.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Matt Moore: Not on injury report
Moore (illness) wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report.
Moore was inactive for the Chiefs' AFC championship win over the Titans on Sunday, but he'll be good to go for next week's Super Bowl 54 matchup with the 49ers. The 35-year-old signal-caller will serve as Patrick Mahomes' backup.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Matt Moore: Inactive Sunday
Moore (illness) is officially inactive for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Titans, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
Moore put in a limited practice Friday and received the questionable tag, but he won't be suiting up for Sunday's game. Chad Henne will serve as the backup option for Patrick Mahomes in his absence.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Matt Moore: Questionable to face Titans
Moore (illness) is officially questionable for the AFC Championship Game against Tennessee on Sunday.
Moore managed to log a limited practice Friday after beginning the week with back-to-back DNPs. He appears to have a good shot at suiting up Sunday, but in the event that Moore were to miss any time, Chad Henne would serve as the backup to Patrick Mahomes.... See More ... See Less
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