|Date of birth||January 15, 1984|
|Place of birth||Dallas, Texas, United States|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|2004||Chicago Fire Premier||10||(3)|
|2003||United States U20||4||(0)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of November 7, 2021|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of September 5, 2016
Born in Dallas, Moor began playing college soccer for the Furman Paladins before transferring to the Indiana Hoosiers. After three seasons with the Hoosiers, and helping the side with the 2004 College Cup, Moor was drafted in the first round of the 2005 MLS SuperDraft by FC Dallas with the 6th overall pick. He spent five seasons with FC Dallas, winning U.S. Open Cup titles, before being traded to the Colorado Rapids. In his full-debut season, Moor helped the Rapids win MLS Cup 2010, the club's first league championship title. In 2016, signed with Toronto FC and spent four seasons with the club before returning to the Rapids in 2020. During his time at Toronto FC, Moor was part of the side which won MLS Cup 2017, the Supporters' Shield, and three Canadian Championship titles.
Moor has been capped five times by the United States national team between 2007 and 2008.
In 2003 Moor transferred to Indiana University, where he played for two seasons. He started every game during his college career and helped the Hoosiers to back-to-back National Championships. His last collegiate game was in the penalty kick thriller against UC Santa Barbara in the 2004 NCAA Finals in which Moor's Indiana was triumphant.
Chicago Fire Premier
2006 was a breakout year for the second-year defender. He started in 21 consecutive games and set career highs in every statistical category. Moor scored his first career MLS goal on May 6, 2006, against the Houston Dynamo in a 4–3 loss.
In 2007, Moor led the team with 28 starts and scored two goals including a game-winning header against the Colorado Rapids on August 4, 2007, in a 1–0 victory. Moor made 27 appearances during the 2008 season, seven of them as the team captain. He led all FC Dallas defenders with two goals and was second in minutes played with 2,430 behind Kenny Cooper (2,622).
On June 5, 2010, Moor scored his first goal in a Rapids jersey, which won the game in the 85th minute against the Columbus Crew.
Following the 2015 season, Moor signed with Toronto FC as a free agent. He became a key contributor to Toronto's success in the 2016 and 2017 seasons, where they reached the MLS Cup Finals both years, winning the title in 2017. However, injuries became a factor for him in his third and fourth seasons with the club, reducing his playing time. 
Colorado Rapids (2nd Stint)
Following the 2019 season, Moor rejoined Colorado, signing as a free agent. During the 2020 season, the Rapids experienced a COVID-19 outbreak in the team with many players and coaches becoming infected. Due to the entire coaching staff being unavailable, Moor was cast in the role of player-coach, running training sessions, although he never served in a role during a match, as all team matches were instead postponed.
Moor has publicly stated that he would consider a career in coaching soccer following his professional playing days on many occasions. On October 23, 2020, an article from The Denver Post revealed that in late September 2020, Moor had taken up a temporary role as a player-coach with Colorado amid a COVID-19 outbreak that left the entire coaching staff unavailable. Moor ran training sessions during his time in charge but did not serve in the role of a coach during a competitive match as all matches were postponed and Colorado head coach Robin Fraser returned to the field ahead of a match versus Sporting Kansas City on October 24, 2020.
In 2007, Moor received his first call up to the United States men's national soccer team, joining the team on June 24, 2007. On July 2, 2007, Moor made his international debut against Paraguay in a 3–1 loss. He played for the United States in 2007 Copa América and started for the men's national team in a friendly versus Mexico on February 6, 2008, where he assisted Jozy Altidore for his first international goal.
- As of match played on November 4, 2020
- As of match played June 22, 2008
|United States national team|
- MLS Cup: 2017;
- Canadian Championship (3): 2016, 2017, 2018
- Runner-up 2019
- Supporters' Shield: 2017
- CONCACAF Champions League runner-up: 2018
- Eastern Conference (Playoffs) (3): 2016, 2017, 2019
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