DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Could Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore be on the move?
According to reports, the fourth-year offensive coordinator interview with the Carolina Panthers on Tuesday.
Moore, who started his coaching career in 2018 as the Cowboys quarterbacks coach, was promoted to offensive coordinator in 2019, and has held the position since.
Moore was so highly thought of in the organization, that he was held over from Jason Garrett's staff when the Cowboys hired Mike McCarthy in 2020.
Under Moore's direction, the Cowboys have remained an elite offense over the last four seasons, finishing 2022 with the NFL's No. 11 total offense and No. 4 scoring offense, despite Prescott missing multiple games.
In 2021, with Prescott playing a full season, the Cowboys finished the year with the NFL's No. 1 scoring offense, averaging 31.2 points per game, as well as the NFL's No. 1 total offense, averaging 407 yards per outing.
The Panthers have also interviewed Sean Payton, Giants offensive coordinator Mike Kafka, Bills offensive coordiantor Ken Dorsey, Broncos defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero, Eagles offensive coordiantor Shane Steichen, former Colts head coach Frank Reich, Panthers interim head coach Steve Wilks and former Colts head coach, Jim Caldwell.