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Sun, 11 May 2014 06:33:01 -0700
The Arizona Cardinals were intrigued with QB Logan Thomas before drafting him. Thomas had workouts with head coach Bruce Arians, assistant coach Tom Moore and QB coach Freddie Kitchens.
Mon, 21 Jan 2013 12:45:45 -0800
The Arizona Cardinals have hired former Tennessee Titans offensive consultant Tom Moore as their assistant head coach.
Wed, 16 Jan 2013 11:02:01 -0800
Tennessee Titans offensive consultant Tom Moore said he has no plans to return to the team next season, and he wants to return to an offensive coordinator position in the NFL. Moore expects offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains to remain as the Titans' coordinator next season. Moore was instrumental in Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning's development with the Indianapolis Colts. Moore said no teams have contacted him about a job.
Thu, 29 Nov 2012 17:49:05 -0800
The Tennessee Titans have hired former Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore to be an offensive consultant for the rest of the season.
Sat, 10 Dec 2011 10:52:45 -0800
New York Jets consultant Tom Moore was at practice this week and head coach Rex Ryan said Moore will stay with the team until the end of the season.
Thu, 21 Jul 2011 10:47:07 -0700
The Baltimore Ravens showed interest in adding former Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore to their organization but he decided to join the New York Jets.
Thu, 21 Jul 2011 10:24:57 -0700
The New York Jets have hired former Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore as a consultant.
Mon, 13 Jun 2011 13:54:24 -0700
The New York Jets have shown interest in having former Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore join the team to do some consulting work.
Wed, 25 May 2011 10:07:06 -0700
Uppdating a previous report, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said that team consultant Tom Moore has decided to retire. Irsay said Moore can return to the team if he wants.
Tue, 10 May 2011 16:02:33 -0700
Indianapolis Colts coordinator Tom Moore, who has helped coordinate the team's offense for the last 12 years, is no longer with the team. The New York Jets reportedly invited Moore to discuss coaching with them.
Fri, 19 Mar 2010 18:21:40 -0700
The Indianpolis Colts announced Tom Moore will hold the title of senior offensive assitant coach, Clyde Christensen has been promoted to offensive coordinator, Pete Metzelaars has been promoted to offensive line coach and Jim Bob Cooter has been named offensive assistant coach.
Wed, 03 Feb 2010 14:59:42 -0800
Phil Richards, of The Indianapolis Star, reports Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore said he does not know if he will return to the team next season.
Mon, 25 Jan 2010 08:38:23 -0800
Nancy Gay, of NFL FanHouse, reports Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning all but took over the playcalling from offensive coordinator Tom Moore and wide receivers coach Clyde Christensen during the second half of the AFC Championship Game. After seizing momentum with a quick-strike scoring drive with 1:13 remaining in the second quarter, Manning felt he had finally broken the New York Jets' defensive code. "From that point on, we really had a good bead on things. We were aggressive the first series of the second half. I was changing every play. Tom was calling some run plays. I just kind of got hot," Manning said. "And Tom, as he does, said 'Hey, you're hot - let's just keep it going.' And he has an ego when it comes to that. I just saw some things, was able to expose some things. And those were two huge drives."
Fri, 31 Jul 2009 18:03:07 -0700
John Oehser, of Colts.com, reports the Indianapolis Colts have given Tom Moore the title senior offensive coordinator and Howard Mudd the title senior offensive line coach. Head coach Jim Caldwell said, "They'll be doing the same thing they've been doing. The 'senior' tag is added because of the fact it gives a little latitude in case they want to delegate a few responsibilities, which had been going on anyway throughout the years."
Mon, 08 Jun 2009 06:16:00 -0700
ESPN.com reports Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said Saturday, June 6, that former coaches Tom Moore and Howard Mudd will begin their roles as team consultants Aug. 1, according to the Indianapolis Star. While Moore, the former offensive coordinator, and Mudd, the former offensive line coach, won't work under those titles any more, Irsay said they will perform similar duties. "They're coming back," Irsay said. "They're coming back as consultants and they're going to be involved big time. Jim Caldwell will determine what that will be."
Tue, 26 May 2009 15:50:03 -0700
Updating a previous report, ESPN.com reports Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell said the team is still negotiating with former assistant coaches Tom Moore and Howard Mudd about returning to the team as consultants. Larry Kennan, executive director of the NFL Coaches Association, said that Moore and Mudd can return to the Colts as consultants but are not eligible to go back into the pension plan for six months.
Tue, 26 May 2009 09:26:02 -0700
The Associated Press reports Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning said Tuesday, May 26, that he would like to know more on the team's recent coaching changes. Manning acknowledged that the team is moving forward without longtime offensive coordinator Tom Moore and offensive line coach Howard Mudd but added the Colts could have done a better job clarifying their situation.
Wed, 20 May 2009 10:56:04 -0700
Clark Judge, of CBSSports.com, reports Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said former offensive coordinator Tom Moore and offensive line coach Howard Mudd will remain with the team as consultants.
Sat, 16 May 2009 05:44:17 -0700
Mike Chappell, of the Indianapolis Star, reports although former Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore and former offensive line coach Howard Mudd are no longer part of the team's official coaching staff, either or both could possibly return as consultants by the start of training camp, pending pension guidelines.
Thu, 14 May 2009 14:41:27 -0700
Mike Chappell, of The Indianapolis Star, reports Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore has filed his retirement papers, according to owner Jim Irsay.
Thu, 14 May 2009 09:21:28 -0700
Updating previous reports, Mike Chappell, of The Indianapolis Star, reports Indianapolis Colts assistant coach Clyde Christensen could replace Tom Moore as the team's offensive coordinator and assistant coach Pete Metzelaars could take over as the team's offensive line coach.
Thu, 14 May 2009 09:21:12 -0700
Continuing an ongoing storyline, Mike Chappell, of The Indianapolis Star, reports Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore, 70, is in line to retire. He is concerned with a recent change to the league's pension plan.
Thu, 07 May 2009 12:46:24 -0700
Phil Richards, of The Indianapolis Star, reports Larry Kennan, executive director of the NFL Coaches Association, said Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore is strongly considering retirement.
Tue, 31 Jan 2006 05:48:39 -0800
Tom Kowalski, of mlive.com, reports the Detroit Lions reportedly wanted to pursue Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore as their new offensive coordinator, but they received word Monday, Jan. 30, that the Colts would not grant Moore permission to interview for the position.
Thu, 19 Jan 2006 18:49:05 -0800
Nicholas J. Cotsonika, of the Detroit Free Press, reports the Detroit Lions interviewed Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore for their head coaching vacancy.
Sun, 19 Jun 2005 18:54:52 -0700
Mike Chappell, writing for the Sporting News, reports Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore is expected to use more three-wide receiver formations and fewer two-tight end sets in 2005. Moore will want to maximize his wide receiving options.
Mon, 11 Apr 2005 19:29:14 -0700
Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore will be inducted into the Rochester (Minn.) Sports Hall of Fame, Monday, April 18, reports John Oehser of Colts.com. Moore, a 1957 graduate of Rochester High School, starred in football and basketball at the school, before playing quarterback and punter for the University of Iowa.
Wed, 23 Jan 2002 18:40:43 -0800
The Indianapolis Star, citing the St. Petersburg Times, reports Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy will be hiring three former Bucs assistants to work for him with the Colts. Clyde Christensen will coach the team's quarterbacks, Jim Caldwell the wide receivers and Chris Foerster the tight ends. Dungy made it clear he will oversee the entire staff, allowing each coordinator to handle his area of expertise. The team is expected to keep Tom Moore as their offensive coordinator. "I know what Tom's capable of doing," said Dungy.
Wed, 16 Jan 2002 20:58:56 -0800
The Star Tribune reports the search for a new offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings continues. Head Coach Mike Tice has added Louisville offensive coordinator Scott Linehan to his list of candidates. Former San Diego Chargers coach Kevin Gilbride will interview Friday for the job and Tice is planning to meet Seahawks QBs coach Jim Zorn next week at the Senior Bowl. Tice has not been granted permission to speak with two of his top candidates for the spot, the Colts Tom Moore and Marc Trestman of the Raiders. Trestman cannot be spoken to until the Raiders are out of the playoffs. Tice said his search for a new special teams is "wide open." Also, Tice is looking to hire an offensive quality control coach.
Tue, 15 Jan 2002 17:54:15 -0800
Updating an earlier story, agent Ray Anderson said Tony Dungy could interview for the vacant head coaching job with the Indianapolis Colts as early as next week. Anderson would not say if someone from the Colts had contacted him directly, but he told The Associated Press Tuesday there were "informal indications" that could lead to an interview. "I'll know more tomorrow," Anderson said. "I've just told Tony to get with his family and relax for 24 hours." Speculation about Dungy has surfaced in part because of his ties with Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore.
Thu, 10 Jan 2002 09:30:43 -0800
Don Banks reports for CNN/SI the Minnesota Vikings will indeed introduce Mike Tice as their new head coach in two minutes. Tice reportedly received a three-year contract with a team option for a fourth season. The deal will pay him annual salaries beginning at $600,000 and escalate slightly. Only Tice's first two seasons will be guaranteed. After first proposing a barebones assistant coaching staff comprised of just eight members, the Vikings conceded and will allow Tice a full 14-man staff. Former Colts offensive coordinator Tom Moore is said to be the leading candidate for the same job with the Vikings. Tice's good relationship with problem receiver Randy Moss, as well as financial issues were significant factors in his candidacy as well.