Former Clemson Quarterback Gets Tryout In Arizona

Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant was not drafted and as of yet is still hasn’t’ been signed by any NFL teams as we inch closer to the 2020 regular season. One of the biggest sticking points for him has been the fact that players have not been allowed to work out for teams due to the pandemic.

The league lifted that ban on tryouts Tuesday, so undrafted rookies like Bryant will finally get their shot at impressing different teams, and according to reports, Bryant will be working out for Arizona.

Starter Kyler Murray, and backups Brett Hundley, and Chris Streveler are the quarterbacks currently listed on the Cardinal’s roster.

Bryant, who many remember, created a major stir when he transferred from Clemson in mid season after losing his starting job to true freshman Trevor Lawrence. The first year QB went on to lead the Tigers to a national championship in that 2018 season.

Bryant transferred to Missouri where he threw for 2,215 yards with 15 passing touchdowns and six interceptions last season. He dealt with multiple injuries throughout the season that really hampered him.

While at Clemson, Bryant threw for 3,338 yards with 16 touchdowns and ten interceptions. He was 16-2 as a starter, leading the Tigers to the CFP in 2017. The Wren product just had the unfortunate luck of being sandwiched between the two greatest quarterbacks in Clemson history.

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