Boise St. Broncos quarterback Kellen Moore had a shot at being selected in the 2012 NFL Draft, but after all seven rounds were in the books, there was no team willing to spend a pick on him. Regardless, the native of Prosser, Washington and graduate of Prosser High School was able to land a contract with an NFL team on Saturday, anyway.
Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported on Saturday that Moore has signed with the Detroit Lions. Moore racked up a 50-3 record as a starter during his time at Boise State, but will be in the depth chart well behind Matthew Stafford, the incumbent Lions' QB. Still, Moore will have the summer (and possibly the fall) to impress the Detroit staff enough to stick around for a while.
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