Aaron Murray had a much different path to the Kansas City Chiefs. Drafted in the fifth round of the 2014 NFL Draft Murray was a four-year starter for SEC powerhouse Georgia. His playing in a pro-style offense may be one of the reasons he was drafted by KC.
A little undersized, Murray threw for over 13,000 yards in four years with 121 touchdowns against 41 interceptions, all while having a completion rate of 62 percent. His game logs with theChiefs in his first year were not impressive; completing 50 percent of his passes for 120 yards with one touchdown against one interception throughout the preseason.
Last year saw a marked improvement for the second-year player. Murray threw for 232 yards, three touchdowns and one interception while having a great 72 percent completion rate. Murray, like Bray, also had had some injury trouble. At 6-foot-1, Murray is a little on the smaller size for the typical NFL quarterback, but if Seattle’s Russell Wilson has proved anything size does not matter that much.
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