Aaron Murray threw 54 passes on his pro day, just five months removed from surgery to repair a torn ACL. He drew a large gathering of NFL scouts.
The Miami Dolphins have met with Murrray and, according to the Miami Herald, are considering a second meeting. The St. Louis Rams are reportedly interested in drafting a quarterback behind Sam Bradford, and stltoday.com reported that both quarterbacks coach Frank Cignetti and director of player personnel Taylor Morton were on hand for Murray’s impressive pro-day performance last week.
According to profootballtalk.com, the Dolphins, Rams, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, New England Patriots, and Tennessee Titans are among the teams which have requested a private workout with the SEC’s all-time leading passer.
It sounds like Murray’s stock is going up.