Dallas Cowboys quarterback Kellen Moore (17) will get every opportunity to win the backup job behind Tony Romo. The Cowboys have no interest in free agent Nick Foles.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Kellen Moore (17) will get every opportunity to win the backup job behind Tony Romo. The Cowboys have no interest in free agent Nick Foles. Tony Gutierrez AP
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Kellen Moore (17) will get every opportunity to win the backup job behind Tony Romo. The Cowboys have no interest in free agent Nick Foles. Tony Gutierrez AP

Cowboys like backup QB Kellen Moore, no interest in Nick Foles

July 29, 2016 03:52 PM

UPDATED July 29, 2016 05:19 PM

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