Former Boise State Quarterback Kellen Moore is heading back to Dallas for the 2017 season.
Moore has spent the past two seasons in Dallas. He has seen action in three games in 2015 and started a pair of them throwing for 779 yards with four touchdowns. In three career games, Moore has completed 58.7 percent of his passes and six interceptions.
It was his first NFL regular season action since he has been in the league. This past summer broke his leg in training camp and was out for the season.
Had he not fractured his right leg in training camp, he was set to be Tony Romo's backup. His injury opened the door for Dak Prescott to step into the No. 2 spot and eventually become Dallas' starter.
During his time at Boise State he lead the Broncos to 50 wins in his 53 career starts. He was undrafted in 2012.