Receivers Coach: Travis Moore
Receivers Coach Travis Moore
, a 43-year-old native of Santa Monica, California, has coached in the CFL
since 2009 with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (running backs) before moving to the B.C. Lions
for three seasons to coach the receivers.
Last year, he
served as receivers coach in Edmonton.
As a player, Moore
broke into the CFL
with Calgary in 1996, following his
collegiate days at Ball State.
spent seven seasons with the Stampeders
and won two Grey Cups.
was named a CFL
All-Star in three straight seasons, starting in 1999.
scored 78 career touchdowns and finished his CFL
career with 9,868 receiving yards.
led the league in receiving yards (1,198) in 1999 and in the 2000 season finished tied for the CFL
crown with Winnipeg's Milt Stegall with 15 touchdown receptions.
also played the 2001 season in the XFL for the San Francisco Demons where he
helped the team reach the championship final.