Matt Moore met with the Cowboys this week about their backup quarterback job, but no deal has been consummated that will keep him in Dallas for the 2016 season.
Moore’s lined up another option, though. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Moore is scheduled to head to Indianapolis to meet with the Colts about their No. 2 quarterback job. Moore has spent the last five years with the Dolphins.
The Colts ran through Matt Hasselbeck, Charlie Whitehurst, Josh Freeman and Ryan Lindley while Andrew Luck was injured last season, but Hasselbeck has retired, Whitehurst is a free agent and the other two were released. They have met with Luke McCown and Scott Tolzien, but McCown has since re-signed with the Saints.
If Moore does land with the Colts, he’ll be reunited with former Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin. Philbin was hired as the offensive line coach and assistant head coach in Indianapolis earlier this offseason.
UPDATE 6:12 p.m. ET: The Colts announced that they have signed Tolzien, so we’ll see if Moore’s visit still takes place.