Travis Moore is in his second season as the Roughriders’ receivers coach.
In 2018, Moore worked with a group of first-year CFL receivers including Kyran Moore, Shaq Evans and Jordan Williams-Lambert. Evans led the team with 785 yards while Williams-Lambert collected 764 yards and four touchdowns and was named the finalist for CFL Most Outstanding Rookie.
The product of Santa Monica, Calif., has coached in the CFL since 2009, having worked with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (2009), B.C. Lions (2010-12), Edmonton Eskimos (2013) and Ottawa Redblacks (2014-17).
A graduate of Ball State University, Moore had a stellar 11-year career as a receiver in the CFL. He spent eight seasons with the Calgary Stampeders (1994, 1996-2002), with whom he posted four 1,000-yard receiving seasons and earned berths on three West Division and three CFL all-star teams. He also played three seasons (2003-05) with the Roughriders, exceeding 1,000 yards receiving in 2004.
Moore also played with the XFL’s San Francisco Demons in 2001, the only season in which the league operated.
Moore won Grey Cup rings as a player with Calgary in 1998 and 2001 and as a coach with B.C. in 2011 and Ottawa in 2016.