Former Clemson QB reportedly will get workout with Cardinals
|Wednesday, August 12, 2020, 5:06 PM- -|
Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant is not yet with an NFL team as we draw closer to the 2020 regular season.
NFL reporter Tom Pelissero is reporting that Bryant will get a workout this week with the Arizona Cardinals. The league lifted the ban on tryouts Tuesday, so this will undoubtedly give undrafted rookies like Bryant and others finally a shot to impress different teams.
The Cardinals have Kyler Murray (starter), Brett Hundley, and Chris Streveler as quarterbacks currently on their roster.
Bryant threw for 2,215 yards with 15 passing touchdowns and six interceptions last season with Missouri.
During his collegiate career at Clemson, he threw for 3338 yards with 16 touchdowns and ten interceptions to go with a 16-2 record as a starter.
The #Cardinals are bringing in former Clemson and Missouri QB Kelly Bryant for a workout, source said.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) August 12, 2020
The NFL lifting the tryout ban yesterday should help some undrafted rookies. And Bryant was among the most surprising players to go unsigned in April.
Can confirm former @WrenFB & #Clemson QB Kelly Bryant is on his way to Arizona for a workout with the #Cardinals. He'll have to go through Covid-19 medical tests before he can hit the field. @foxcarolinanews— Aaron Cheslock (@AaronCheslock) August 12, 2020