Matt Moore QB MIA Feb 17 '13
According to the Miami Herald, new Browns offensive coordinator Norv Turner is a "big fan" of impending free agent Matt Moore.
Turner has never coached Moore, but Norv's Chargers were believed to be among the teams interested in Moore just after the 2011 NFL lockout. Instead of backing up Philip Rivers, Moore signed a two-year deal with the Dolphins for a better chance to start. The Dolphins want Moore back to hold the clipboard for Ryan Tannehill, but the Browns could offer a chance for legitimate playing time.
Matt Moore QB MIA Jan 20 '133 Comments
The New York Post mentions impending free agent Matt Moore as a possibility for the Jets.
The Post also names veteran quarterbacks Tarvaris Jackson, Jason Campbell, and David Garrard as potential options to battle Mark Sanchez for the starting job in 2013. Moore is the youngest of the quartet, though, and is regarded as one of the best backup signal callers in the league. The Jets aren't expected to have the cap space to target higher-priced veterans like Alex Smith, Michael Vick, or Matt Flynn this offseason.
Matt Moore QB MIA Jan 19 '13
Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland told impending free agent Matt Moore "you always have a job in Miami."
Moore is tentatively expected to test the open market in hopes of landing a job somewhere where he can at least compete for a starting job. If that doesn't pan out, he can always return to the cushiest job in sports as a backup quarterback to Ryan Tannehill.
Matt Moore QB MIA Jan 16 '13
According to the Miami Herald, impending free agent Matt Moore will seek a starting job.
In other words, he's not looking to make like Kyle Orton and nab the best job in sports, backup quarterback. With nearly a third of the league in search of new signal callers, Moore may well land a starting gig on the open market. However, it would be stunning if he signed as anything other than a bridge quarterback to a younger player.
Matt Moore QB MIA Jan 13 '13
Free agent Matt Moore has informed the Dolphins that he plans to test the open market barring an "incredible offer" from Miami.
He won't get an incredible offer from the Fins, so free agency it will be. Moore, 28, recorded a 16:9 TD-to-INT ratio, 7.2 YPA, and 60.5 completion rate across 12 starts in 2011. Although he is better suited to a backup role, there are enough QB-needy teams around the NFL that Moore should generate interest.
Matt Moore QB MIA Oct 31 '12
Matt Moore was listed on the Dolphins Week 9 injury report with a calf injury, but was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
The fact that Moore practiced fully suggests this injury is not a concern for his Week 9 status. However, all signs are pointing to Ryan Tannehill (knee, quad) starting on Sunday against the Colts after the rookie was limited in practice on Wednesday.
Matt Moore QB MIA Aug 31 '12
The Dolphins have reportedly received multiple phone calls from teams looking to trade for QB Matt Moore.
With David Garrard (knee) nearing a return, GM Jeff Ireland would probably love to get a draft pick for Moore. Keep an eye on Denver, as the Broncos have a desperate need for a veteran backup to Peyton Manning. Offensive coordinator Mike McCoy worked with Moore in Carolina.
Matt Moore QB MIA Aug 18 '12
Matt Moore completed 5-of-15 passes for 57 yards in the Dolphins' Friday night preseason game against the Panthers.
Moore's preseason stats stand at 12-of-27 (44.4 percent) for 136 yards (5.04 YPA), no touchdowns and an interception. Ryan Tannehill fell back a bit Friday after a tremendous exhibition opener, but it's not going to matter if Moore continues to play this poorly. He struggled against Panthers second- and third-team defenders in this one. Moore isn't helping his trade stock, either.
Matt Moore QB MIA Aug 10 '12
Starting with David Garrard (knee scope) sidelined, Matt Moore was shaky in Friday's preseason opener, completing 7-of-12 passes for 79 yards and an interception.
Running behind Garrard in practice by nearly every account, Moore missed a big opportunity to make a good impression on his new coaching staff. No. 8 pick Ryan Tannehill didn't, however, coming on in relief of Moore to complete 14-of-21 throws for 167 yards and a score. With Garrard likely to miss at least two more preseason games, Moore will have more opportunities to set himself apart in the Dolphins' three-man race, but he's going to have to be much better than he was this evening.
Matt Moore QB MIA Aug 02 '12
The Palm Beach Post reports the Dolphins have considered carrying Ryan Tannehill as the No. 2 quarterback, making the loser of the David Garrard-Matt Moore battle expendable.