Former Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore, the NCAA’s alltime leader in wins by a QB but an unheralded NFL prospect because of his size and weak arm, has made the Detroit Lions’ 53-man roster, according to Tim Twentyman of DetroitLions.com.
Moore went 50-3 over four seasons for the Broncos but was undrafted in April, signing a free-agent deal with the Lions immediately after the selection meeting.
With Matthew Stafford and Shaun Hill as Detroit’s top two signal-callers, Moore figures to be inactive for most games. He beat out R.J. Archer for the Lions’ No. 3 QB slot.