Kelly Bryant is finally getting an opportunity. The former Tiger has been invited by the Arizona Cardinals for a workout, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.
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.
In his lone season at Mizzou, Bryant appeared in 10 games throwing for 2,215 yards with 15 touchdowns and six interceptions.
Sure, things didn’t exactly work out the way we all hoped last season, but here’s hoping he makes the most out of his workout with the Arizona Cardinals. With Kyler Murray already there, that might be a tough place to make a roster spot, but Pelissero mentions that Bryant was the most surprising players to go unsigned.
Best of luck, Kelly. Go get em!
And Sophie Cunningham is starting to become a regular in the Phoenix Mercury’s starting lineup.
Cunningham's sixth start for the Mercury this year in eight games, surpassing the five starts she started last season in 32 games. https://t.co/lGAzS6Rpwx— Colin O’Brien (@cpatobrien) August 13, 2020
Wednesday night against the Chicago Sky, Cunningham had a season-high 15 points, which was tied for the team lead.
Former #Mizzou and Rock Bridge star Sophie Cunningham scored a season-high 15 points on 4-7 shooting in 22 minutes. Phoenix lost to Chicago, but the Mercury were -2 with Sophie on the floor. That was the best +/- on the team. pic.twitter.com/0LHqlYH9FM— Andrew Kauffman (@AndrewABC17) August 13, 2020
On ESPN against the Clippers, Michael Porter Jr. was in the starting lineup again for the Nuggets. He contributed for 11 points, five rebounds, and two assists in a 124-111 loss.
That officially sets up the Nuggets and Jazz in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, which means it will be MPJ vs Jordan Clarkson and Quin Snyder!!
The Nuggets fall to the Clippers 124-111.— Michael Spencer (@MichaelCBS4) August 13, 2020
Nuggets will be the three seed in the playoffs and will get the Jazz in the first round.@CBSDenver
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- PODCAST: SEC Football is Moving Football...for now, with Brandon Kiley and Nate Edwards
- MIZ-ZOOM: A Fall Camp Chat with Eli Drinkwitz, from Jacob Giancola
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- 2020 Football Unofficial Scholarship Chart
- As unusual camp approaches, Drinkwitz sticking to the plan, writes Mitchell Forde
- Big 12 joins ACC, SEC, pushes forward with fall sports, writes Dave Matter
- From Dave Matter, Drinkwitz charges forward, confident in Mizzou’s COVID plan
- So far, so good: Mizzou football has low COVID rates, no opt-outs and still, a season, writes Souichi Terada
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