KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs signed veteran quarterback Matt Moore to add depth to the quarterback room as backup Chad Henne went down with a fractured ankle in the Chiefs week 3 preseason game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Moore (35) came into the league in 2007 and began his career with the Carolina Panthers. After the 2010 season he was signed by the Miami Dolphins in which he was with the Dolphins for six years. Moore was not on a team in 2018.
For his career, Moore has a 60.4 completion percentage, throwing for 7,199 passing yards along with 46 passing touchdowns and 37 interceptions.
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