3 former (and 1 current) Cowboys who could follow Kellen Moore to the Eagles

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The LA Chargers confirmed the inevitable last week when they hired Jim Harbaugh to be their new head coach. After initially blocking Kellen Moore from taking interviews for offensive coordinator, the former Dallas Cowboys assistant swiftly inked an agreement with the Eagles to become their new play-caller.

Moore is an admittedly clunky fit with Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts. Moore has called a pass-heavy offense throughout his career as an offensive coordinator. Philly has largely been a run-first team since Hurts took over under center, so it'll be fascinating to watch what the offense looks like next season.

The Eagles offense faded down the stretch of the regular season and in the playoffs, so they might look to upgrade their personnel this offseason. Given his history with the Cowboys (four seasons as the OC), Moore could look to reunite with some old faces, assuming general manager Howie Roseman is on board.

4. Noah Brown, WR

Noah Brown got off to a flying start with the Texans, but injuries ultimately derailed his season. He missed seven games in total, including Weeks 2-5. His stat line was inflated by an absurd two-game stretch when he caught 13 passes for 325 yards, but he showed he can be a serviceable third option in a succesful offense.

In 10 games, Brown logged 33 catches for 567 yards and three touchdowns. Respectable numbers for someone who battled various injuries had to compete with Nico Collins, Tank Dell, Dalton Schultz and Robert Woods for targets.

Brown had a career year in Moore's offense last season. He served as the Cowboys de facto second receiver as Michael Gallup struggled returning from ACL surgery. In 16 games, Brown managed 43 catches for 555 yards and three touchdowns, all of which were career-highs.

Brown will commit a back-breaking drop every now and then, but he's plenty good enough to become the third option behind A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith. His history with Moore makes him a potential Eagles target once free agency starts.