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Profile: Travis Moore


Travis Moore

Receivers

Moore was named the Eskimo receivers coach on January 30, 2013. Travis has four years of coaching experience, after retiring from a stellar 11-year career as a receiver in the CFL.

Moore began his coaching career as a guest coach with the NFL’s New Orleans Saints in 2007 before being named wide receivers coach for the AFL’s New Orleans VooDoo. He was also a guest coach at Montreal’s training camp in 2008.

Travis returned to the CFL in 2009 as an offensive assistant and running backs coach for Hamilton and has spent the past three seasons as the receivers coach with BC.

During his playing career, Travis racked up 645 receptions for 9,930 yards and 79 touchdowns with the Calgary Stampeders (1994, 1996-2002) and Saskatchewan Roughriders (2003-05). He was named a CFL and West Division All-Star three times and still sits 14th on the CFL’s all-time receiving yards list. Moore was part of two Grey Cup winning teams with the Stampeders in 1998 and 2001. He also played for the NFL’s New Orleans Saints (1995) and the XFL’s San Francisco Demons (2001).

Travis Moore’s Coaching History:
2013 – Receivers - Edmonton Eskimos (CFL)
2010-2012 – Receivers – BC Lions (CFL)
2009 – Offensive Assistant & Running Backs – Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL)
2007 – Receivers – New Orleans VooDoo (AFL)