Moon returned to the United States to play for the Houston Oilers in 1984 after playing in the CFL right out of college.
Warren set a new club record with 3,338 yards passing in his first year with the Houston, a mark he would break four more times.
The Oilers installed a run-and-shoot offense which showcased Moon's strong arm, running skills, and big-play ability.
Moon racked up nearly 50,000 passing yards in 17 NFL seasons.
Moon was traded to the Minnesota Vikings before the 1994 season where he passed for 4,264 yards and led the team to the playoffs in his first year.
Warren moved on to the Seattle Seahawks as a free agent in 1997 where the veteran star set franchise records for completions (313) and yards passing (3,678) and earned his ninth Pro Bowl selection.
Moon joined the Kansas City Chiefs and spent two seasons as a backup there before retiring.
Warren during his Enshrinement in 2006.
Moon's Hall of Fame mural.
Moon's Hall of Fame bust.