NFL: Aaron Murray Set to “Earn His Stripes” in Kansas City

Aaron Murray is still getting adjusted to his new home in Kansas City, but so far, so good. Photo: Zimbio

Here’s the thing, I don’t think former Georgia quarterback, Aaron Murray, could have landed in a more perfect situation. The Kansas City Chiefs are a wonderful franchise, with a great history, and a stellar group of coaches—most notably Andy Reid (who spent years in Philadelphia grooming former NFC Champion quarterback Donovan McNabb—so, if Murray is going to be a success in the NFL, he’s in the right place, at the right time, to get it done.

That said, he’ll likely spend the better part of his first season sitting on the bench, behind current starter Alex Smith, learning the new terminology and getting accustomed to the speed of the game. Even so, I look forward to seeing what Murray does in the preseason and will continue to cheer for him every weekend—just on Sundays now.

(h/t SBNation)

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