Tri-Cities Fever Names Defensive Coordinator
Kennewick WA - The Tri-Cities Fever has named Andrew Moore to fill the Defensive Coordinator position. After graduation from Sonoma State University in 1995, Coach Moore was signed as an Offensive Lineman by the Jacksonville Jaguars. He spent the next three seasons in the NFL.
Coach Moore's ten years of professional experience also includes playing in NFL Europe with the Frankfurt Galaxy, the AFL with the San Jose Sabercats, New England Seawolves, San Diego Patriots, the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders, Toronto Argonauts, and Calgary Stampeders.
While playing in Canada, Coach Moore spent the off season honing his coaching skills by participating as a volunteer coach with the af2's San Diego Riptide from 2002 - 2004.
Coach Moore has been fortunate to play for several coaching greats like Tom Coughlin, George Seferd, Ernie Stoughtner, Bill Walsh and Arena guru Harland Svare.
Coach Moore and his wife Cate have three children. Their daughter Ashleigh is twelve, while their two sons Cyrus and Iciss are 2 and 18 months respectively.
For additional information contact Coach Whitsett at email@example.com.
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