The Arizona Cardinals habe made it official, adding two quarterbacks to their ten man practice squad.
This is not a surprise, as we have known about their intentions since Sunday to bring on Aaron Murray, the former fifth round pick of the Kansas City Chiefs ans Zax Dysert, a seventh round pick from the Broncos in 2013.
The interesting part is... Why?
There are so few reps available in practice for a third quarterback that having four seems overkill.
The idea that I am subscribing too right now is that they are interested in neither, but instead want both on the practice squad as they prepare for New England and Jimmy Garoppolo (Murray?) and Tampa Bay with Jameis Winston (Dysert?).
If they keep either or both past the first couple of weeks, that would be the only indication of their true interest in the player as a potential developmental option.
Murray is a smaller quarterback, but has a slightly above average arm. He works best from the pocket, but has not progressed in the terms many thought he would after four years at Georgia.
Dysert is the more prototype Arians player, big with some escapability and good to very good arm strength. However, he is basically Logan Thomas in terms of sticking on a roster thus far in his career. After being drafted by the Denver Broncos he has spent time with the Bears, Texans, Bills and Dolphins.
Maybe Arizona finally helps something click for Dysert.
What do you think?