Where Lions stand two weeks into free agency
MAR 18, 11:08a ET | DAVE DYE
Rotowire: Mar 6 / 10:07a ET
News: The Lions have re-signed Moore, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Impact: With Dan Orlovsky also re-signed, Moore will likely serve as the No. 3 quarterback, though it's possible the lefty could make a run at the top backup job. A 2012 UDFA, the former Boise State standout has yet to attempt a pass in the NFL.
Rotowire: Feb 20 / 6:21a ET
News: The Lions announced Thursday that Moore would not be tendered a contract for 2015, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Impact: As a result, Moore will become an unrestricted free agent. General manager Martin Mayhew did indicate a desire to re-sign Moore, who didn't see any snaps this past season as the Lions' No. 3 quarterback. If the Lions bring him back, Moore could be given the opportunity to compete for the top backup spot behind Matthew Stafford.
Rotowire: Jan 26 / 5:59p ET
News: Moore was not active for any games during the 2014 season.
Impact: Matthew Stafford stayed healthy all year, as did top backup Dan Orlovsky. Orlovsky can become an unrestricted free agent in March, while Moore will be a restricted free agent. It's thus possible that Moore moves up a rung to No. 2 on the depth chart in 2015.