Max Hall: Fighting to Make the Cut

July 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Max Hall
Former BYU quarterback Max Hall says that he is trying to give the Arizona Cardinals every reason not to cut him.
Hall left Quarterback U with the most victories (32) in program history, but has a lot to prove at the next level.
After signing with Arizona as a free agent in April, Hall will be one of four quarterbacks on the Cardinals' roster when fall camp opens on July 30th.
The biggest challenges for Hall in the NFL may be his size and lack of a cannon for an arm.
He was the shortest of any of the quarterbacks at the NFL combine, measuring just a smidgen over 6-0 feet. His weight of 201 pounds would make him one of the lightest quarterbacks in the league as well.
Each of his competitors are big guys with big league arms. Hall just doesn’t measure up.
But then again neither did guys like Joe Montana or Drew Brees.
Prevailing wisdom would say that Hall’s best case scenario is to make the Arizona practice squad. But then ag...

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