Brandon Moore agrees to deal with Cowboys


The Dallas Cowboys have a new guard to add to their offensive line depth.

According to Mike Garafolo of, the Cowboys have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with former New York Jets guard Brandon Moore.

Moore started every game in each of the last eight seasons for the Jets at right guard before finding himself on the free agent market this offseason, Moore was one of just two remaining players from PFT’s Free Agent Hot 100 list still looking for work. Only defensive end Richard Seymour remains unsigned.

Moore adds depth to a position group that is fairly thin for the Cowboys, Nate Livings will miss two-to-four weeks after another surgery on his right knee and Mackenzy Bernadeau is just returning to practice after missing time with a hamstring injury.

19 responses to “Brandon Moore agrees to deal with Cowboys

  1. Solid signing. That being said, bring on logical or one of his troll wannabes like Larry David who will bash a signing they would praise if it were their team, which they will express by a corny joke, a baseless claim of franchise superiority (still more Lombardis, playoff appearances, and playoff wins all time kids). Guard is an uncertain spot, Leary looks good but is still young. Plus Callahan has worked with him before.

  2. I did not think it would be possible to ever write a story on Brandon Moore and not mention the Butt Fumble. Nice professional story PFT.

  3. Dallas has no cap space. How and what are they paying him with? Cupcakes? Gerital?

    Maybe if Dallas used their draft picks over the years to build a good O-line, instead of always trading up to pick Skill Position players. Everytime they trade 1 or 2 picks, plus taking some skill position guy with another pick, that leaves very little picks to take O-linemen.

    So every year, Dallas looks good on paper, but under-achieves in the season.

  4. At least they can leave the Center Travis Frederick alone. This will help Dallas out a lot signing a Veteran Guard.

  5. Good pickup for the ‘Boys. He will go a long way in helping the run game which will allow Romo to spread the field.

  6. This is good for the Boys. Also why is a player that was so highly rated still on the market? Oh well he better keep his ass away from Romo lol.

  7. This is why I believe many people are over rating the Cowboys. There offense line just isn’t very good and over the course of a long season will end up being there downfall.

  8. This move would seem to confirm that Jerrah Jones was not able muster sufficient chicken wings to lure Brian Waters to join his team.

  9. I like the move and thought they should have done it sooner. It became neccessary with injuries to guards. Yes Moore has some years on him and may not be at his peak but he probably has a good year or two left in him.

    Also helps to have an experienced guard playing with a rookie center, Frederick.

  10. I like the move and thought they should have done it sooner. With guard injuries, they had to do something. Moore has some years on him but may have another good season in him.

    Also it helps to have an experienced guard playing next to a rookie center Frederick. I think the young center will learn from Moore.

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