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Browns to Visit and Workout QB Aaron Murray, Coming Off Torn ACL

Despite coming off of a serious injury, Aaron Murray could have underrated value in the draft.

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According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer, the Cleveland Browns will be bringing Georgia QB Aaron Murray in to Berea for a visit next week. They will follow that up with a private workout the following week:

Murray tore his ACL last season and had surgery, but he had his Pro Day earlier today and got rave reviews. Here is what Gil Brandt of said:

Murray — who has 9 1/8-inch hands — threw 54 passes at the pro day, with just two that would be considered not catchable. He showed good velocity on the ball, but toward the end of the workout it appeared as if his arm got tired. His knee looked stable, but he did wear a brace on it. ... Murray had a very good pro day. He’s a not-get-too-high or not-get-too-low type of player. If there’s a run on quarterbacks in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft, he could wind up being selected in that round.

Murray is the tenth quarterback the Browns will have had a private workout with.